Various Translations of the Heart Sutra.
Hiuen Tsang, was a 7th-century Chinese Buddhist monk, scholar, traveller, translator and essential contributor to Chinese Buddhism. He picked up the Large Perfection of Wisdom text in India and translated them into Chinese. He condensed the voluminous text into the abridged version of the Heart Sutra presented here.
This Tibetan text was copied from the fresco in Gegye Dhemaling at Samye vihara. Samye is the first Tibetan Buddhist monastery built in Tibet. Construction began around 763. Samye was destroyed during the Cultural Revolution then rebuilt after 1988. The plan was supposedly modelled on the design of Odantapuri in what is now Bihar, India.
Here is a new Eglish translation by Zen Master Thich Nhat Hanh, a well known Vietnamese monk, author and spiritual teacher. He translated from a Vietnamese version. Thich Nhat Hanh suggests that his translation is in some ways clearer than other translations.
Not sure where this translation comes from.