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❮PDF / Epub❯ ☄ The Illustrated Kama Sutra Author Vatsyayana Mallanaga – African-american.co THE ILLUSTRATED ANANGA RANGA PERFUMED GARDEN Sexual frankness without a hint of guilt or prurience is the great legacy which the Eastern and in particular Indian traditions have given us Here for the THE ILLUSTRATED ANANGA RANGA PERFUMED GARDEN Sexual frankness without a hint of guilt or prurience is the great legacy which the Eastern and in particular Indian traditions have given us Here for the first time Sir Richard Burton's translations of the classic Eastern love texts have been published in one volume illustrated in colour with a dazzling and uniue collection of Indian painting and sculpture This is not a book for prudes it is intended for open minded adults who are interested to learn what other cultures can teach them about a very important aspect of human life The idea that something as natural as sex could be shameful in any way would have been incomprehensible to Vatsyayana the old sage who wrote Kama Sutra as a religious duty nearly 2000 years ago These are not 'sex manuals' in the modern sense clinical collections of coital postures the intention is broader and muchhumane Kalyana Malla wrote his Ananga Ranga with the worthy intention of preventing 'separation of the married pair' Burton's collaborator FF Arbuthnot was also concerned with 'matrimonial happiness' and criticised 'the folly of husbands not knowing how to woo their wives delicately' If the Arab writer Sheikh Nefzawi was a little less pious in intention he can be forgiven for the poetry and humour in his Perfumed Gar.

DenTHE ILLUSTRATEDANANGA RANGA PERFUMED GARDENSexual frankness without a hint of guilt or prurience is the great legacy which the Eastern and in particular Indian traditions have given us Here for the first time Sir Richard Burton's translations of the classic Eastern love texts have been published in one volume illustrated in colour with a dazzling and uniue collection of Indian painting and sculptureThis is not a book for prudes it is intended for open minded adults who are interested to learn what other cultures can teach them about a very important aspect of human life The idea that something as natural as sex could be shameful in any way would have been incomprehensible to Vatsyayana the old sage who wrote Kama Sutra as a religious duty nearly 2000 years agoThese are not 'sex manuals' in the modern sense clinical collections of coital postures the intention is broader and muchhumane Kalyana Malla wrote his Ananga Ranga with the worthy intention of preventing 'separation of the married pair' Burton's collaborator FF Arbuthnot was also concerned with 'matrimonial happiness' and criticised 'the folly of husbands not knowing how to woo their wives delicately' If the Arab writer Sheikh Nefzawi was a little less pious in intention he can be forgiven for the poetry and humour in his Perfumed Gard.

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