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Kamasutra: Ancient book of love and sex

Kamasutra was originally written by an Indian author Vatsyayana about 1500 years ago in Sanskrit. Kamasutra is the oldest known book about sex and love which describes every single aspect of love and sex in detail. It is surprising that the knowledge about the sexual therapy and sex was so great  in that era where we can't even imagine. Kamasutra describes the types of women, types of sex, most famous different sex positions, how to satisfy a woman. Surprisingly, Kamasutra describes how to enlarge penis, treatment for erectile problems, aphrodisiac, dildo and artificial penis.

Despite being a great source of the knowledge about sex, Kamasutra was never considered as a pornographic or bad material. Kamasutra was considered as an authentic literature for everyone for education regarding sex, love, sex positions, feminine excellence, a successful marriage and whole lot more.

Kamasutra was very famous and later on several other Indian authors in subsequent centuries wrote several other books on the same topic. provides the amalgam of all of those and best knowledge about the sex, sexual disorders and sex therapy which is still new and worked in the ancient era by saints, kings, prince and princesses.

Vatsyayana gives references of 10 different authors and the subsequent authors also give reference to those 10 authors and give very much regards to Vatsyayana.

Padmini: Perfect Feminine Excellence

As Venus was represented by the Greeks to stand forth as the type of the beauty of woman, so the Indians describe the Padmini or Lotus woman as the type of most perfect feminine excellence, as follows:
She in whom the following signs and symptoms appear is called a Padmini. Her face is pleasing as the full moon; her body, well clothed with flesh, is soft as the Shiras or mustard flower, her skin is fine, tender and fair as the yellow lotus, never dark colored. Her eyes are bright and beautiful as the orbs of the deer, well cut, and with reddish corners. Her bosom is hard, full and high; she has a good neck; her nose is straight and lovely, and three folds or wrinkles cross her middle - about the umbilical region. Her yoni(vulva) resembles the opening lotus bud, and her love seed (Kama salila) is perfumed like the lily that has newly burst. She walks with swan-like gait, and her voice is low and musical as the note of the Kokila bird, she delights in white raiments, in fine jewels, and in rich dresses. She eats little, sleeps lightly, and being as respectful and religious as she is clever and courteous, she is ever anxious to worship the gods, and to enjoy the conversation of Brahmans. Such, then, is the Padmini or Lotus woman.


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