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Activism & Sex
Commercial Sex Mesopotamia
Contraception Ancient Egypt India is an old civilization of vast history. In India, there is a caste
Disabilities/Illnesses Ancient India system, in which people are born into a hierarchical caste or class of
Dysfunctions Ancient China people. Castes are fixed and other than marriage and children of
Human Body Early Biblical those marriages, one cannot change castes. Within different castes,
History of Sex Early Mediterranean different sexual customs are tolerated. India as a whole has various
Law & Sex Ancient Greece sexual 'behaviors' such as adultery, homosexuality, transgenderism,
Love & Intimacy Incan Empire exhibitionism, prostitution, sadism/masochism, beastiality, and
Paraphilias Aztec Empire necrophilia. The most publicly known sexual literature of India are the
Pleasures of Sex Mayan Empire texts of the sixty four arts. These texts were written for and kept by
Pregnancy Native Americans the upper castes and nobility, their servants and concubines, and
Relationships Roman Empire those in certain religious orders. These were people that could also
Religion & Sex Middle Ages read and write and had instruction and education.
Research Renaissance/Reformation
STDs Puritans The Sixty Four Arts
Societies Victorianism
Variances Adolf Hitler The sixty four arts of love-passion-pleasure began in India. There are
Violence Kinsey - 1950s many different versions of the arts which began in Sanskrit and were
Sex Revolution-60s translated into other languages, such as Persian or Tibetan. Many of
the original texts are missing and the only clue to their existence is in
other texts. Kama Sutra, the version by Vatsyayana, is one of the well
known survivors and was first translated into English by Sir Richard
Burton and F. F. Arbuthnot.

The Missing Texts of the Sixty Four Arts

The Unknown Authors

Known Texts of the Sixty Four Arts

Abhidharmakosakarika by Vasubandhu (translated into
English by Leo M. Pruden-1989)
Anangaranga by King Kalyanamala (translated into
English by Sir Richard Burton and F. F. Arthbuthnot-1885)
Kalavilasa by Kashmiri Kshemendra (translated into German
by Richard Schmidt-1914)
Kamashastra by Gedun Chopel (translated into English
by Jeffrey Hopkins-1992)
Kamasutra by Mallanaga or Mallinga or Mrillana Vatsyayana
(translated into English by Sir Richard Burton and F. F.
Arbuthnot and S. C. Upadhyaha)
Kandarpacudamani by King Virabhadra.
Pancasayaka by Jyotirisha or Maithila Jyotrishvara.
Ratirahasya a.k.a. Kokashastra by Kokkoka (translated into
English by S. C. Upadhyaya-1965)
Ratiratnapradipika by Devaraja (translated into English by
Rangaswami Iyengar-1923)
Ratisastra by Nagarjuna (translated into English
by A. C. Ghose-1904)

Further Readings on Ancient India:

P. K. Agrawala. (1983) The Unknown Kamasutras. Varanasi, India: Books Asia, Distributed by Prithivi Prakasha.
W. G. Archer. (1975) The Hill of Flutes: Life, Love and Poetry in Tribal India - A Portrait of the Santals. Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press.
Sir Richard Burton. The Perfumed Garden. New York: Putnam.
Sir Richard Burton. (1883) The Kama Sutra of Vatsyayana. New York: Capricorn Books.
A. Comfort. (1964) The Koka Shastra, Being the Ratirahasya of Kokkoka, and Other Medieval Indian Writings on Love. London: G. Allen and Unwin.
J. J. Meyer. (1930) Sexual Life in Ancient India: A Study in the Comparative History of India and Culture. New York: Barnes & Noble.
L. S. S. O'Malley. (1932) Indian Caste Customs. Cambridge: The University Press.
Prasad, S. N. (1983) Ananga Ranga. English & Sanskrit. Varasani: Chaukhamba Orientalia.
Indra Sinha. (1980 & 1988) The Love Teachings of Kama Sutra with Koka Shastra, Anangra Rangra and other Famous Indian Works on Love. London: Hamlyn.
P. Thomas. (1960 & 1981) Kama Kalpa or The Hindu Ritual of Love. Bombay, D. B. Taraporevala.

India Links

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Ananga Ranga: 1885 Translation Online
Conjugal Love in India: Ratisastra & Ratiramana
E-Texts in Sanskrit
Exploring Ancient World Cultures
G-Spot in the Pancasayaka
Kalavilasa by Kashmiri Kshemendra in SANSKRIT Online
Kama Shastra Online
Kama Sutra and Tantra
Kama Sutra Animated Online
Kama Sutra: 1883 Translation Online
Love Teachings of the Kama Sutra
Mahanirvana Tantra: 1913 Translation Online
Modern Worship of Kali: The Dark Goddess
Pancasayaka Versions at the Library of Congress
Sacred Texts: Hinduism
Sanskrit Texts Chronologically
Shakti and Shâkta: 1918 Translation Online

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