Attractively produced with a magnet flap cover - this version of the Kama Sutra is wonderfully written and illustrated with traditional Indian minatures and other paintings Said to have been written sometime in the fourth century BC, the Kama Sutra by Vatsyayana is much more than a mere description of exotic sexual practices. It is an ancient classical work on the art of love. Written in the style of a scientific manual, the book offers a view of sexuality absolutely untinged by guilt, shame or the sense of sin. In this gorgeous edition, the male-female union is portrayed in all its splendor through the use of Indian miniatures and other paintings.
Contents: Why Desire Is Desirable The Need for Preparation The Right Setting The Needs of a Woman The Embrace The Kiss The Use of Nails The Bite The Use of Violence The Act of Congress Nothing Is Taboo in Sex The Ending of Congress