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Clip Title: Defining Perennialism
Summary: Martin Lings, James Cutsinger, William Stoddart and Mark Perry discuss Perennialism.
Total Running Time - 2 minutes 23 seconds
Low Res File Size - 7.2M
High Res File Size - 12.9M
 Subject:   Jagadguru of Kanchi (2)  
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Jagadguru of Kanchi
Petitpierre relates his experiences meeting HH the 68th Jagadguru of Kanchipurum and his role as an intermediary between the Jagadguru and Frithjof Schuon.
Total Running Time - 2 minutes 45 seconds
Low Res File Size - 7.2M
High Res File Size - 14.5M
Relationship with Schuon
Mudumbai Ramachandran explains his first impression upon meeting Frithjof Schuon and describes his many visits to Schuon, including his role as an intermediary between Schuon and HH the 68th Jagadguru of Kanchi.
Total Running Time -2 minutes 38 seconds
Low Res File Size - 8.2M
High Res File Size - 14.4M

 Interviews with:   Petitpierre, Jean-Claude (13)  
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Advice to spiritual seekers
Jean-Claude Petitpierre gives advice for the serious spiritual seeker.
Total Running Time - 1 minutes 03 seconds
Low Res File Size - 2.9M
High Res File Size - 6.1M
Ananda Coomaraswamy
Jean-Claude Petitpierre describes the significance of Ananda Coomaraswamy’s writings and their place in the Perennialist School.
Total Running Time - 25 seconds
Low Res File Size - 1.2M
High Res File Size - 2.4M
Frithjof Schuon
Jean-Claude Petitpierre describes Frithjof Schuon’s role in the Perennialist/ Traditionalist School.
Total Running Time - 35 seconds
Low Res File Size - 1.6M
High Res File Size - 3.1M
Funeral of Martin Lings
Jean-Claude Petitpierre speaks of the beauty of the funeral of Martin Lings in May, 2005, which took place in Lings' beloved garden in full spring bloom.
Total Running Time - 43 seconds
Low Res File Size - 2.1M
High Res File Size - 3.8M
Jagadguru of Kanchi
Petitpierre relates his experiences meeting HH the 68th Jagadguru of Kanchipurum and his role as an intermediary between the Jagadguru and Frithjof Schuon.
Total Running Time - 2 minutes 45 seconds
Low Res File Size - 7.2M
High Res File Size - 14.5M

/uploads/artists/262.jpg Jean-Claude Petitpierre is a Swiss Traditionalist/Perennialist. He had long associations with Frithjof Schuon, Titus Burckhardt, Martin Lings, and other important authors of Perennialist works. Petitpierre has fulfilled a variety of functions for the United Nations, including Resident Representative of the United Nations Development Programme. He has spent many years living among, and learning from, Hindu and Muslim spiritual figures. Mr. Petitpierre was interviewed for some videoclips on the life and legacy of Martin Lings and a number of topics related to the perennial philosophy.

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