The Kama Sutra is an ancient Indian text widely considered to be the standard work on human sexual behavior in Sanskrit literature. It is over 1,700 years old, yet it remains a best seller to this day. Part of the reason, of course, is it's incredible advice and creativity in the art of loving. But it is much more than that.
The Kama Sutra is a raunchy sex manual - right? Well, yes, but it's also a fascinating philosophical work. The Kama Sutra is an ancient Sanskrit text written some 1500 years ago that has gained the reputation of being a raunchy sex manual, which to some degree it is. But the chapter "On sexual union" is only one of seven that deal with many other aspects of love and life.
This is a sensitive exploration of the joys and pleasures of physical consummation. The Kama Sutra has often been described as "the first sexual manual", but the original Hindu script has a strong religious basis, and highlights love in all its forms.
Written by the ancient Indian philosopher Vatsyayana sometime between the first and sixth centuries A.D., the Kama Sutra is literally translated as "Aphorisms on Love". It is intended as a manual for not only love and intimacy but also a treatise on the politics and customs of relationships between men and women. The Kama Sutra, while sought after for its instruction on sexual positions, is much more than just a guide for lovemaking. Presented here is the classic translation by Sir Richard Francis Burton.
Per la cultura indiana, tra un uomo e una donna il Kama autentico, il piacere più profondo, coinvolge tutti e cinque i sensi. E' l'anima dei due amanti che guida i gesti, ma anche la profonda conoscenza l'uno dell'altra. Il Kamasutra descrive dettagliatamente e senza giri di parole, il corpo femminile e maschile, le parti erogene, le posizioni dell’amore e come raggiungere il piacere durante l’unione sessuale.
Écrits il y a des siècles, "Les Kama Sutra" sont à la fois un traité sur les règles de l’amour, mais aussi un formidable témoignage sur la culture et l'art de vivre de l'Inde.
The Kama Sutra is the world's most famous instruction manual on love and sexual technique. Written in the ancient Hindu language of Sanskrit 1700 hundred years ago it has long been accepted as the definitive treatise upon the subject of sexual behaviour. It is remarkable that it is still as relevant and instructive today as it was when it was written. Our production is read by Gabrielle Drake, a well known and respected actress who has performed in a variety of celebrated productions.
Le Kâmasûtra est un livre indien écrit entre le IVe siècle et le VIIe siècle de notre ère, attribué à Vâtsyâyana.
Se l'intento del Trattato sull'Amore per eccellenza è di educare alla sensualità uomini e donne, Paolo Poli con il suo tono malizioso e divertito è senza dubbio l'interprete più geniale di questo classico della cultura indiana. Tra balsami preziosi e alcove immacolate, e direttive per una felice vita amorosa contemplano abbracci, morsi e graffi e discettano di corteggiamento, matrimonio e tradimenti, nella convinzione che il perfetto appagamento dei sensi conduca al benessere dell'intera società.
Kama Sutra as a never before done enticing audiobook rendition on love making, it exceeds one's imagination and is a sure shot treasure for keeps. A treatise on love written by Vatsyayana Mallanaga, Kama Sutra is a compulsory listen for all who believe in pleasure as one of the more serious aims of life. The text is over 1700 years old, yet it remains one of the most famous books in the modern era. Part of the reason, of course, is its incredible advice and creativity in the art of loving.