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Koka Shastra ePub download

by Alex Comfort

  • Author: Alex Comfort
  • ISBN: 0426052900
  • ISBN13: 978-0426052906
  • ePub: 1988 kb | FB2: 1481 kb
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: TBS The Book Service Ltd; New impression edition (March 17, 1971)
  • Pages: 192
  • Rating: 4.7/5
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Koka Shastra ePub download

Alex Comfort was a leading expert on the natural history of human sexuality.

Alex Comfort was a leading expert on the natural history of human sexuality. Información bibliográfica. The Illustrated Koka Shastra: Medieval Indian Writings on Love Based on the Kama Sutra Medieval Indian Writings Onlove Based on the Kama Sutra.

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Koka Shastra makes classifications of women and describes erogenous zones and days that lead to women's easy arousal. It is the first book to describe in detail Indian feminine beauty. The book classified women into four psycho-physical types, according to their appearance and physical features: . admini (lotus woman) . hitrini (art woman), . hankini (conch woman), and . astini (elephant woman). Aphrodisiacs are also described in the book.

Erotic literature of ancient india. Kokokka's medieval text is heavily based on the older Kama Sutra, but differs from it in important ways. The biggest is that it very nearly isolates the act of physical love from every other part of life, where the Kama Sutra treats it as one of the many ways for people to enjoy each other's company.

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Title: The Koka Shastra. Author: Alex Comfort. Publisher: Stein and Day, 1965. Arabic, Persian and Turkish translations of the book are entitled Lizzat-al-Nissa. Alex Comfort, author of The Joy of Sex, made an English translation of Ratirahasya in 1964 titled The Koka Shashtra, Being the Ratirahasya of Kokkoka, and Other Medieval Indian Writings on Love (London: George Allen and Unwin). Another English translation was made by S. C. Upadhyaya, entitled Kokashastra (Rati Rahasya) of Pundit Kokkoka.

Koka Shastra, being the Ratirahasya of Kokkota, and other medieval Indian writings on love (George Allen & Unwin, 1964; translator). Process of Ageing (1965).