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The Love Teachings of Kama Sutras By Vatasyayana
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The `Aphorisms on Love' by Vatsyayana contain about one thousand two hundred and fifty slokas or verses, and are divided into parts, parts into chapters, and chapters into paragraphs. The whole consists of seven parts, thirty-six chapters, and sixty-four paragraphs. Hardly anything is known about the author. His real name is supposed to be Mallinaga or Mrillana, Vatsyayana being his family name. At the close of the work this is what he writes about himself:
`After reading and considering the works of Babhravya and other ancient authors, and thinking over the meaning of the rules given by them, this treatise was composed, according to the precepts of the Holy Writ, for the benefit of the world, by Vatsyayana, while leading the life of a religious student at Benares, and wholly engaged in the contemplation of the Deity. This work is not to be used merely as an instrument for satisfying our desires. A person acquainted with the true principles of this science, who preserves his Dharma (virtue or religious merit), his Artha (worldly wealth) and his Kama (pleasure or sensual gratification), and who has regard to the customs of the people, is sure to obtain the mastery over his senses. In short, an intelligent and knowing person attending to Dharma and Artha and also to Kama, without becoming the slave of his passions, will obtain success in everything that he may do.'
The Kama Sutra contains a total of 64 sexual positions and depicts positions as arts. Vatsyayana believed there were eight ways of making love, multiplied by eight positions within each of these. In the book, they are known as the 64 Arts. The chapter listing sexual positions is the best-known, and a translation (different from Burton's) is in wide circulation on the Internet. This chapter was pirated from the 1980 translation of Indra Sinha and first appeared on the internet server wiretap.spies in the late eighties. It is commonly mistaken to be the entirety of the Sutra.

However, only about 20 percent of the book is devoted to sexual positions. The remainder gives guidance on how to be a good citizen and insights into men and women in relationships. The Kama Sutra describes making love as "divine union". Vatsyayana believed that sex itself was not wrong, but doing it frivolously was sinful. The Kama Sutra has helped people enjoy the art of sex at a deeper level and can be considered a technical guide to sexual enjoyment, as well as providing insight into the sexual mores and practices of India in those times

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A complete translation of the original work now follows. It has been prepared in complete accordance with the text of the manuscript, and is given, without further comments.

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Kamasutram, generally known to the Western world as Kama Sutra, is an ancient Indian text on human sexual behavior, widely considered to be the standard work on love in Sanskrit literature. The text was composed by Vatsyayana, as a brief summary of various earlier works belonging to a tradition known generically as Kama Shastra, the science of love. Kama is literally desire. Sutra signifies a thread, or discourse threaded on a series of aphorisms. Sutra was a standard term for a technical text, thus also the Yogasutram of Patanjali. The text is originally known as Vatsyayana Kamasutram ("Vatsyayana's Aphorisms on Love"). Tradition holds that the author was a celibate scholar. He is believed to have lived sometime between the 1st to 6th centuries AD, probably during the great cultural flowering of the Gupta period.
The earliest text of the Kama Shastra tradition, said to have contained a vast amount of information, is attributed to Nandi the sacred bull, Shiva's doorkeeper, who was moved to sacred utterance by overhearing the lovemaking of the god and his wife Parvati.
During the 8th century BC, Shvetaketu, son of Uddalaka, produced a summary of Nandi's work. However this "summary" was still too vast to be accessible. 

Modern translated version of the original Sanskrit.A scholar called Babhravya, together with a group of his disciples, produced a summary of Shvetaketu's summary. This remained a huge and encyclopaedic tome. 
Between the 3rd and 1st centuries BC, several authors reproduced different parts of the Babhravya group's work in various specialist treatises. Among the authors, those whose names are known are Charayana, Ghotakamukha, Gonardiya, Gonikaputra, Suvarnanabha, and Dattaka: 
Dattaka composed a work on courtesans which Vatsyayana reproduces almost entirely in Kama Sutra. 
Suvarnanabha's text mentions Shatakarni Shatavahana, a king of the 1st century BC who killed his own wife accidentally during sadistic practices, thus giving a hint on the time period it was written. 
Yashodhara, in his commentary of Kama Sutra, attributes the origin of erotic science to Mallanaga, the "prophet of the Asuras", meaning it originated in prehistoric times. Nandi is then said to have transcribed it for mankind. The attribution of the name "Mallanaga" to Vatsyayana is due to the confusion of his role as editor of the Kama Sutra with that of the mythical creator of erotic science.

Vatsyayana seems to have lived around the 4th century AD, at a time of cultural prosperity known as the Gupta period. The fact that Varahamihira in his Brihad Samhita (literally "Grand Opus")(around the 6th century AD) claims to have drawn his inspirations from the Kama Sutra, and the Kama Sutra's mention of King Shatakarni Satavahana who lived in the 1st century BC gives the ranges for the possible production time of the Kama Sutra. Vatsyayana claims the various major works of Kama Shastra had become difficult to access, which is why he undertook to collect and summarize them in Kama Sutra.
The Kama Sutra has 36 chapters, organized into seven parts, each of which are written by individual experts in the respective fields. The parts are:
Part One - Introduction
(5 chapters) - on love in general and its place in the lives of men and women
Chapter One: Contents of the Book 
Chapter Two: The Three Aims of Life 
Chapter Three: The Acquisition of Knowledge 
Chapter Four: The Conduct of the Well-bred Townsman 
Chapter Five: Reflections on Intermediaries Who Assist the Lover in His Enterprises 

Yoga - Bdy Building - Meditation - Nutritious Food

Part Two - Amorous Advances
Chapter One: Stimulation of Erotic Desire 
Chapter Two: Embraces 
Chapter Three: Petting and Caresses 
Chapter Four: The Art of Scratching 
Chapter Five: Biting 
Chapter Six: On Copulation and Special Tastes 
Chapter Seven: Blows and Sighs 
Chapter Eight: Virile Behavior in Women 
Chapter Nine: Superior Coition or Fellation 
Chapter Ten: Preludes and Conclusions to the Game of Love 
 
Part Three - Acquiring a Wife
Chapter One: Forms of Marriage 
Chapter Two: How to Relax the Girl 
Chapter Three: Ways of Obtaining the Girl 
Chapter Four: How to Manage Alone 
Chapter Five: Union by Marriage 
Part Four - Duties and Privileges of the Wife
Chapter One: Conduct of the Only Wife 
Chapter Two: Conduct of the Chief Wife and Other Wives 
Part Five - Other Men's Wives
Chapter One: Behavior of Woman and Man 
Chapter Two: Encounters to Get Acquainted 
Chapter Three: Examination of Sentiments 
Chapter Four: The Task of Go-between 
Chapter Five: The King's Pleasures 
Chapter Six: Behavior in the Gynoecium 
Part Six - About Courtesans
Chapter One: Advice of the Assistants on the Choice of Lovers 
Chapter Two: Looking for a Steady Lover 
Chapter Three: Ways of Making Money 
Chapter Four: Renewing Friendship with a Former Lover 
Chapter Five: Occasional Profits 
Chapter Six: Profits and Losses; Reflections on Doubts Concerning the Advantages and Disadvantages of Relations 
Part Seven - Occult Practices
Chapter One: Success in Love - Improving physical attractions by herbs, aphrodisiacs, spells. 
Chapter Two: Arousing a Weakened Sexual Power - Dildos, piercing, methods of enlarging penis size, shrinking and enlarging vulva size, darkening hair, bewitchment. 


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Lying' Down Positions,
Indrani draws up both her knees until they nuzzle the curves of her breasts; her feet find her lover's armpits. Small girls love this posture, but becoming a goddess takes a lot of practice.

She cups and lifts her buttocks with her palms, spreads wide her thighs, and digs in her heels besides her hips, while you caress her breasts: this is "Utphallaka" (The Flower in Bloom).

Grasping the ankles of the round hipped woman, whose buttocks are like two ripe gourds, raise her beautiful thighs and spread the thigh-joints widely.

Full of desire, saying sweet words, approach her with your body stiff as a pole and drive straight forward to pierce her lotus and join your limbs: experts call it "Madandhvaja" (The Flag of Cupid).

Catch hold of her two feet, raising them till they press upon her breasts and her legs form a rough circle. Clasp her neck and make love to her: this is "Ratisundara" (Aphrodite's Delight).

Lift the lady's feet until her soles lie perfectly parallel, one to each side of her slender throat, cup her breasts and enjoy her: this technique is "Uthkanta" (Throat-high).

Your lovely wife, lying on the bed, grasps her own feet and draws them up until they reach her hair; you catch her breasts and make love: this is "Vyomapada" (Sky-foot).

The round-thighed woman on the bed grasps her ankles and raises high her lotus feet; you strike her to the root, kissing and slapping open-palmed between her breasts: this is "Markata" (The Monkey).

She lies flat on her back, you sit between her parted knees, raise them, hook her feet over your thighs, catch hold of her breasts, and enjoy her: this is "Manmathpriya" (Dear to Cupid)

. Lying-down Positions - Samputa Group:
If your penis is too small for a woman, the "Samputa" group of postures should be used: "Samputa" (the Jewel Case), "Pidita" (the Squeeze), "Veshtita (the Entwined) and "Vadavaka" (the Mare's Trick).

In Samputa your legs lie along hers caressing their whole length from toes to thighs. Your lover may be below you, or you may both lie on your sides, in which case she should always be on your left

. In Pidita the lovers' thighs are interlaced and squeeze each other in rhythm. In Veshtita she crosses her thighs or rolls each one inward, thus greatly strengthening her yoni's grip.

When, like a mare cruelly gripping a stallion, your lover traps and milks your penis with her vagina, it is "Vadavaka" (the Mare's Trick), which can only be perfected with long practice.
When she uses it, a woman should cease to kiss her lover and simply hold the lock. Courtesans are adept at Vadavaka, and it's a speciality with ladies from Andhra(*).
*The South-Eastern state of India.

 
 
 
 

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