Hridya Sutra (Diamond Sutra)

Hridya Sutra (or, Heart Sutra or. Diamond Sutra or, Prajna Pramita Hridya Sutra or Hrdya Sutram or, Vajra Prajña Paramita Sutra):

Thus shall you think of this fleeting world:
A star at dawn, a bubble in a stream,
A flash of lightning in a summer cloud,
A flickering lamp, a phantom, and a dream”.

Prajnyaapaaramitaa Hridaya Sutra

प्रज्ञापारमिता हृदय सूत्र संस्कृत भाषामाPrajna Paramita Heart Sutra Mantra

HEART SUTRA Sanskrit Pronunciation | prajñāpāramitā hṛdaya | End of Suffering | – Anup Panthi

Heart Sutra in Sanskrit with English and Chinese subtitles sung by the Hindustani classical singer Vidya Rao

Diamond Sutra frontispiece explained by Conrad Walters, co-author of “Journeys on the Silk Road”, explains the symbolism behind the opening image of the world’s oldest printed book — the Diamond Sutra of 868 AD.

Dialog on Diamond Sutra by Paul J. Muenzen – Part 1

Dialog on Diamond Sutra by Paul J. Muenzen – Part 2

Dialog on Diamond Sutra by Paul J. Muenzen – Part 3

Dialog on Diamond Sutra by Paul J. Muenzen – Part 4

The Diamond Sutra – spoken in English by Chris Johnys

Heart Sutra in Sanskrit sung by Gabriella Burnel (Gaiea Sanskrit)

Heart Sutra – Song (English) (The Prajna Paramita Hrdaya Sutra) Performed by: Po Lam Choir


Japanese version Heart Sutra Ikkyu-ji Temple,Kyoto /sung by Kanho Yakushiji

Chinese version Heart Sutra sung by Faye Wong

心經》Heart Sutra – 王菲 Faye Wong

Texts :

  1. The Diamond Sutra – A General Explanation of the Vajra Prajña Paramita Sutra
    by Dhyana Master Hsüan Hua
  2. The Diamond Sutra Text and Commentaries by Red Pine




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