The YongHeGong Lama Temple (YongHe Temple), otherwise called the 'Royal residence of Peace and Harmony Lama Temple',is a sanctuary and religious community of the Geluk (Yellow Hat) School of Tibetan Buddhism situated in the northeastern focal piece of Beijing, beside the metro station of the same name. Yong HeGong is one of the biggest and most essential Tibetan Buddhist religious communities on the planet. The building and the fine arts of YongHeGong consolidate Han Chinese and Tibetan styles (and some Mongolian themes). Building chip away at the YongHeGong Temple began in 1694 amid the Qing Dynasty. It initially served as an official home for court eunuchs. It was then changed over into the court of Prince YongZheng (Yin Zhen), a child of head KangXi. After YongZheng's rising to the throne in 1722, half of the building was changed over into a lamasery, a religious community for friars of Tibetan Buddhism, while the other half remained a magnificent royal residence.