Far from being just a sexual acrobatics, Kamasutra encodes passion, giving to the modern world the vision of a taboo sensuality, assuring every individual the right to sex, and demonstrating that sex is a refined art.
Kamasutra sex positions for a woman’s pleasure, but also those for a man’s pleasure, are absolutely a great collection of sexual poses defining the sex as an act of pleasure, both physically, and spiritually.
Between the 1st and the 4th centuries A.D., in Benares, the wise man Shari Vatsyayana recorded in writing all that he could find about the sexual practices of his compatriots, making up a thorough guide to the sexual label, Kamasutra.
His work is a treat, rather than a book to read before bedtime. But it’s a nightstand!
The wise man dedicated his book to the goddess from which all ecstasy was pouring. Kamasutra mirrors the privileged world in which Vatsyayana lived, a world saturated with indolence, luxury, and intrigue.
The main body of the wealthy castes of Indian society was the pursuit of pleasure, her obsessions being seduction and sex. The courageous Brahman was undoubtedly a man full of common sense and humor.
Experiences that transcend time and space in Kamasutra bring happiness and profound fulfillment that puts the problems of everyday life in a new perspective.
The work describes many types of sexual unions, depending on the size of the two partners, the intensity of the desire, and the time for love.
Types of men and women in the Kamasutra vision
In the view of Kamasutra, there are three types of men:
Also, there are three types of females:
Sexual combinations between the three types can lead to a superior, unequal attitude towards compatibility, or even violent unions.
Sexual views in Kamasutra
The love stories presented in the original photographic sequences and described in Indian clippings in Kamasutra are all inspired by Yoga.
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