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📒Encyclopedia Of Love In World Religions ✍ Yudit Kornberg Greenberg
✏Encyclopedia of Love in World Religions Book Summary : This is the first comprehensive resource on the subject of love in the teachings of the world's major religions, cultures, and philosophies.
📒A Question Of Silence ✍ Janaki Nair
✏A Question of Silence Book Summary : The essays in this volume develop an understanding of the institutions, practices and forms of representation of Indian sexual relations and their boundaries of legitimacy.
📒The Kamasutra ✍ Vatsyayana
✏The Kamasutra Book Summary : The first compete edition of the Kamasutra. It contains a crisp introduction; the original Sanskrit; a new, accurate and readable English translation; fifty full-page illustrations using period clothing, jewelry, and settings; and a thorough index. Composed almost two thousand years ago, it is surprisingly modern in its depiction of human nature and sexual practices. From the Introduction The Kamasutra is the most famous guide to sensual pleasure ever written--indeed, one of the most notorious books in the history of the world. Its acute insights into human nature are still relevant today. While previous publishers typically either stole the word "Kamasutra" and slapped it on a book of modern photographs, or neglected to include the original Sanskrit, or reprinted an old, faulty translation (or introduced a new, faulty translation), or included reproductions of miniatures made more than a millennium after the text was composed, YogaVidya.com and I have labored mightily to create a proper edition. It includes the original Sanskrit typeset in Devanagari, a new, accurate and readable English translation, and illustrations using period clothing, jewelry, and settings that actually correspond to what is described in the text. Excerpt In his love chamber, his decorated bedroom replete with flowers and filled with the fragrance of perfume and incense, the elegant man, together with his friends and servants, with soothing words should offer the woman--already slightly drunk, bathed, and adorned--another drink. He sits down on her right side, touching her coiffure, the hem of her garment, or her waistband. He gently embraces her with his left arm to arouse her. There follows jocular and affectionate conversation about past matters, mentioning briefly things secret and obscene. There is music, with dance or without dance, and discussions about the arts. Then she is enticed with another drink. When she starts to feel passionate, the rest of the people are sent away with a gift of flowers, oils, and betel. When they are alone, he should arouse her with the embraces and so forth that have been described. Then he should proceed to loosen her waistband, etc., as described.
📒Foucault And The Kamasutra ✍ Sanjay K. Gautam
✏Foucault and the Kamasutra Book Summary : The Kamasutra is best known in the West for its scandalous celebration of unbridled sensuality. Yet, there is much, much more to it; embedded in the text is a vision of the city founded on art and aesthetic pleasure. In Foucault and the "Kamasutra", Sanjay K. Gautam lays out the nature and origin of this iconic Indian text and engages in the first serious reading of its relationship with Foucault. Gautam shows how closely intertwined the history of erotics in Indian culture is with the history of theater-aesthetics grounded in the discourse of love, and Foucault provides the framework for opening up an intellectual horizon of Indian thought. To do this, Gautam looks to the history of three inglorious characters in classical India: the courtesan and her two closest male companions—her patron, the dandy consort; and her teacher and advisor, the dandy guru. Foucault’s distinction between erotic arts and the science of sexuality drives Gautam’s exploration of the courtesan as a symbol of both sexual-erotic and aesthetic pleasure. In the end, by entwining together Foucault’s works on the history of sexuality in the West and the classical Indian texts on eros, Gautam transforms our understanding of both, even as he opens up new ways of investigating erotics, aesthetics, gender relations, and subjectivity.
✏50 Shades of Kamasutra Book Summary :
📒Redeeming The Kamasutra ✍ Wendy Doniger
✏Redeeming the Kamasutra Book Summary : "In this scholarly and superbly readable book, one of the world's foremost authorities on ancient Indian texts seeks to restore the Kamasutra to its proper place in the Sanskrit canon, as a landmark of India's secular literature. In investigating, and helping us understand, a much celebrated but under-appreciated text, Wendy Doniger has produced a rich and compelling text of her own that will interest, delight, and surprise scholars and lay readers alike"--
📒Kamasutra ✍ Tarun Chopra
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📒The Book Of Love ✍ James McConnachie
✏The Book of Love Book Summary : Traces the history of the famous text typically associated with its instruction for ambitious sexual techniques, tracing its origins to third-century India, where it began as a primer on urbane sophistication that counseled early readers about friendship and home dcor, until a western adventurer launched the text into fame in Victorian society.
📒Censorship In South Asia ✍ Raminder Kaur
✏Censorship in South Asia Book Summary : The cultural politics of censorship, from colonial paintings to onscreen kisses and nuclear secrets
📒Kamasutra ✍ Vatsayana
✏KamaSutra Book Summary : The "Kama Sutra" is an ancient Indian Hindu text widely considered to be the standard work on human sexual behaviour in Sanskrit literature written by Vãtsyãyana. A portion of the work consists of practical advice on sexual intercourse. It is largely in prose, with many inserted poetry verses. (Excerpt from Wikipedia)