Diamond-like Perfection of Wisdom Sutra ［金剛般若波羅蜜経］ ( Vajracchedikā-prajnāpāramitā; Chin Chin-kang-pan-jo-po-lo-mi-ching; Kongō-hannya-haramitsu-kyō): Also known as the Diamond Wisdom Sutra, the Diamond Sutra, or the Vajracchedikā Sutra. A sutra translated into Chinese by Kumārajīva in the early fifth century. There are several Chinese versions, but Kumārajīva’s version is the oldest and most widely used. The sutra is set in Jetavana Monastery in Shrāvastī, India, and records Shakyamuni’s discourse to Subhūti on the constant flux of all phenomena and the doctrine of non-substantiality. It teaches that one should rely upon one’s innate Buddha wisdom, which is as solid, sharp, and brilliant as a diamond. This sutra is held in high esteem by the Zen school. The Sanskrit manuscript and a Tibetan translation also exist.