The Heart Sutra is the shortest and the most popular sutra in Buddhism and is regarded as a summation of the wisdom of Buddha. It expresses perfectly the insight attained by non-attachment, the doctrine of emptiness. In Buddhism, reciting Buddha-name and sutra has great merit and virtues and it is one of the effective ways in the cultivation of the Buddhist Way. The Heart Sutra reveals the entire secret of truth of the universe and life. Many Buddhists around the world recite The Heart Sutra daily. Although some may have incredible responses and benefits from it, they may not really and fully understand what it is. In this programme, the 14th Dalai Lama discusses and explains the Sutra in its original form which is relatively unknown. The real worlds of The Heart Sutra is unveiled through this unique set of letters, photographs, images and sounds. In Mongolian "Dalai Lama" means "ocean of wisdom", and The Dalai Lamas are said to be the Manifestations of the Bodhisattva of Compassion. The 14the Dalai Lama, who is the current supreme leader of Tibetan Buddhism, was awarded the Nobel Prize in 1989. He has many followers and has the respect of the people of the world, across the divisions of race, nation and religion.