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"As long as lips shall kiss, and eyes shall see, So long lives This, and This gives life to Thee."

Man & Woman - The perfect combination

"Kamasutra aims at defining the relationship between a man and  a women."

     "Kama" is the name of God of Love in Hindu Mythology. The  original work of Kamasutra was composed by Mallanaga Vatsyayana somewhere between 2nd - 5th  Century  AD.  The three aims of life as  per  Hinduism  are "Dharma",  "Artha" and "Kama". "Dharma" means social duty. "Artha" is collection of wealth for the family. "Kama" is  Physical Love-Making.
     "Kama Sutra" is not only the art of physical love making but  also covers  diverse topics such as the decoration of  house,  selection of wife , behavior between the husband and wife and a vast array of  other subjects. Kamasutra also answers questions such  as  : with  whom this act is to be performed, the circumstances of  performing this act and how it should be performed.

     A lot of parallel references can be drawn between "Hatha-Yoga", "Tantra"  and "Kamasutra". For example Vatsyayana  cites  Padamasana (lotus posture of yoga) as one of the position in Kama Sutra  and a lot of other positions derived from Yoga. Tantra teaches breath control.  The combination of Tantra, Yoga and Kamasutra enable the practitioner to unite with the ultimate Cosmic energy,  Shakti which is symbolized by the Great Goddess.

Lying Down Positions - There are three principal positions

  I). Utphallaka    The Flower in Bloom (The widely opened position) 
II). Vijrimbhitaka     The Wide Yawning (The yawning position)
III). Indronika    Posture of Goddess Indrani (The position of the wife of Indra)

Mudita (Gladdening Posture) - Jaipur -19th CenturyIndranika - 18th century

        Sitting Positions - All these positions are performed in sitting position.


Padmasan Group

When the left foot is placed high upon the right thigh and the right foot high on the left thigh, this love posture is termed as the Padmasana similar to a Yoga position.

Medieval Texts

Padmasana (The Lotus)

If your lady placing her left foot upon her right thigh and vice-versa, raises her crossed legs up towards her stomach. (Ananga Ranga)

Ardhapadmasana (The Half Lotus)

when she lifts only one of her foot tucked high on the opposite thigh while her other leg is stretched out straight and you make love to her. (Ananga Ranga)

Matsya (The Fish)

When you sit erect on the Lotus pose, hands clasping your feet, and your lover places her feet on your thighs her breasts piercing your chest, and makes love. (Srngarasaprabandhadipika)

Jvalamukhi (The Flame faced)

If clasping you tightly in this embrace, she places her feet on the bed and slowly twists her spine to face away from you without breaking your union. (Srngarasaprabandhadipika)

Kauliraka (Kauli Tantra Yoga)

If seated erect on the bed, she folds her feet in prayer at her navel and makes love, supported by your strong thighs gripping her waist. (Ratiratnapradipika)

Prenkhi (The Swing)

During the previous position, you push with your feet against the bed, swaying your young bride gently back and forth. (Ratiratnapradipika)

Tantric Position

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