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by Hsuan Hua

Author: Hsuan Hua
Subcategory: Humanities
Language: English
Publisher: Buddhist Text Translation Society; 2nd edition (December 1, 2002)
Pages: 180 pages
Category: Other
Rating: 4.6
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Known as "the most recited sutra in the world," the Heart Sutra has been chanted daily in Buddhist monasteries .

Known as "the most recited sutra in the world," the Heart Sutra has been chanted daily in Buddhist monasteries for over two thousand years. Explicated by the Venerable Hsuan Hua, one of the foremost Tripitaka and Chan Masters of Chinese Buddhism in the . this very heart of the larger Prajna Paramita Sutra delivers a brilliant distillation of the concepts of emptiness an Known as "the most recited sutra in the world," the Heart Sutra has been chanted daily in Buddhist monasteries for over two thousand.

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The most popular Buddhist sutra in the world today, a mere 16 sentences.

At the core of this book is the Heart of Prajna Paramita Sutra itself. In English a mere sixteen sentences, and a mere 262 characters in Chinese, the Heart Sutra, as it is called in brief, is nothing less than a summation of the wisdom of the Buddha. Only the most advanced of masters can expect to grasp the full import of the sutra by itself without the aid of a teacher.

The most popular Buddhist sutra in the world today, a mere 16 sentences. Includes extensive commentary.