Kama Sutra


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Kama Sutra

(ˌkɑːmə ˈsuːtrə)
n
(Library Science & Bibliography) the Kama Sutra an ancient Hindu text on erotic pleasure and other topics
[Sanskrit: book on love, from kāma love + sūtra thread]
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The exhibition, which will open on October 2 in Paris, hopes to retell the story of one of the most talked about Indian texts, Kama Sutra, through the contemporary lens.
Join Relationship Expert Marla Lee from The Kama Sutra Company, dedicated to helping people improve intimacy in their lives for more than 40 years, as we look at fun ways to keep romance alive.
The Kama Sutra was founded on ancient Indian Hindu philosophies and was first translated into English in 1883 under the guidance of Victorian explorer Richard Burton.
The Kama Sutra and other manuals on sexual positions are pervasive within current western sexual culture, as evidenced by the abundance of traditional and modern sex manuals illustrating sexual positions originally described in the ancient text.
The magnetic Kama Sutra set includes 69 magnets of men and women in various positions and an explicit handbook.
EL KAMA SUTRA DE VATSAYANA MALLANAGA, UN TRATADO DEL SIGLO III SOBRE LA CONDUCTA SOCIAL Y SEXUAL, SE HA INTERPRETADO A MENUDO DE FORMA ERRONEA Y SUPERFICIAL COMO UN TEXTO PORNOGRAFICO.
Couples interested in erotic sensuality and 500 explicit color photos demonstrating sexual positions will find the illustrated Kama Sutra Step by Step a fine 'how to' guide to sensual sexuality.
The 'booty' discovered includes a fully-fitted pole dancing pole, a 6ft snake, a whip alongside a copy of the Kama Sutra, two budgies and a scuba diving suit complete with air tank and flippers.
TV gardening expert Alan Titchmarsh has denied being a sex guru after a Wikipedia prankster said he had written his own version of the Kama Sutra.
Ksawery Knotz, sacerdote capuchino polaco apodado el apostol del Kama Sutra catolico.
This was the man who brought us the Kama Sutra and The Arabian Nights, books which shocked Victorian society and sealed his reputation as "Dirty Dick".
On our 25th wedding anniversary, my wife and I listened to a series of CDs by Wendy Doniger, an expert on the infamous fourth-century Hindu classic The Kama Sutra.