Woman also, according to the depth of her yoni, is either a female-deer, a mare, or a female-elephant. The signs of the enjoyment and satisfaction of the woman are as follows: her body relaxes, she closes her eyes, she puts aside all bashfulness, and shows increased willingness to unite the two organs as closely together as possible. At such a time she should take hold of her lover by the hair, and bend his head down, and kiss his lower lip, and then, being intoxicated of Vatsyayana 49 with love, she should shut her eyes and bite him in various places. A natural opportunity is when one of them goes to the house of the other, and a special opportunity is when they meet either at the house of a friend, or a caste-fellow, or a minister, or a physician, as also on the occasion of marriage ceremonies, sacrifices, festivals, funerals, and garden parties. On the various ways of Lying down, and the different kinds of Congress. Of course, how the image came to be at the bottom of the river was another point that had to be explained.
If she meets him once, and again comes to meet him better dressed than before, or comes to him in some lonely place, he should be certain that she is capable of being enjoyed by the use of a little force. And this circumstance, some say, would prove that the female emits also. The acts that are done on the jaghana or middle parts of women, are done in the mouths of these eunuchs, and this is called Au- parishtaka. If she listens to him, but does not manifest to him in any way her own intentions, he should then try to gain her over by means of a go-between. But one thing is to be noted, he should lead the life of a religious student until he finishes his education. When she is asked by the man whether she wishes for him, and whether she likes him, she should remain silent for a long time, and when at last importuned to reply, should give him a favorable answer by a nod of her head.
This cave-temple is not a mere interior cham- ber cut in the rock. Some women enjoy themselves with closed eyes in silence, others make a great noise over it, and some almost faint away. Thus a man practicing Dharma, Artha, and Kama enjoys happiness both in this world and in the world to come. Or thus: — 6 This is a twice-married woman and has been enjoyed by others before me, there is, there- fore, no objection to my resorting to her. The Piditaka position is a comfortable, laid-back position that has the benefit of being incredibly pleasurable.
These and many others fell by reason of their pleasures. Of different kinds of Gain. In the heroic age there are many Apsaras and many Candharvas who form part of the retinue of Indra, the first as dancers, the second as musicians. Near the couch, on the ground, there should be a pot for spitting, a box containing ornaments, and also a lute hang- ing from a peg made of the tooth of an elephant, a board for drawing, a pot containing perfume, some books, and some garlands of the yellow amaranth flowers. On the Characteristics of Men and Women, and the reason why Women reject the Addresses of Men.
Meals should be taken in the fore- noon, in the afternoon, and again at night, according to Charayana. These three words are retained throughout in their original, as technical terms. Only about half of the original eighty pillars and about a third of the cross- bars were recovered. Sexual intercourse can be compared to a quarrel, on account of the contrarieties of love and its tendency to dispute. A woman who leads the life of an ascetic. And as pressing or marking with the nails is dependent on love, no one can say with certainty how many different kinds of marks with the nails do actually exist.
One who is an hereditary friend. London, Edward Truelove, 256, High Holborn. Here ends the marking with the nails. About a Re-union with a former Lover. The contents of these works are in themselves a literary curiosity. The intimate association of the serpent with woman in the minds of all primitive peoples is not as obvious as its association with the lingam phallus.
But this opinion does not hold good, for if it takes a long time to allay a woman's desire, and during this time she is enjoying great pleasure, it is quite natural then that she should wish for its continuation. So much about creating confidence in the girl; and there are, moreover, some verses on the subject as follows: — A man acting according to the inclinations of a girl should try and gain her over so that she may love him and place her confidence in him. It sounds easy, but Garrison says it's surprisingly tough. Vatsya says that this is so, because the ways of working as well as the consciousness of pleasure in men and women are different. I o Lastly, when she has resisted all the efforts of the man to gain her over, she returns to him the next day to shampoo his body as before. On the Means of Attracting Others to One's Self Chapter I. We see that seed is thrown into the ground with the hope of future crops.
Again, persons do the duties required of them on auspicious days, which are fixed by astrology, though they are not acquainted with the science of astrology. And having done there all the duties of the day, and passed the time in various agreeable diversions, such as the fighting of quails, cocks, and rams, and other spectacles, they should return home in the after- noon in the same manner, bringing with them bunches of flowers, etc. He is called the chief ornament of poets, the treasure of the sixty-four arts, and the best teacher of the rules of music. The women of Avantika are fond of foul pleasures, and have not good manners. Men who hold places of authority under the King. When a woman avoids the attentions of a man, and on account of respect for him, and pride in herself, will not meet him or approach him, she can be gained over with difficulty, either by endeavoring to keep on familiar terms with her, or else by an exceedingly clever go-between.
After this he should take hold of her hair, and hold her chin in his fingers for the purpose of kissing her. The people of Saketa do with these women every kind of mouth congress, while the people of Nagara do not practice this, but do every other thing. Beautiful lady, he is not fit even to serve you. For this reason a man should fix his affections upon a girl who is of good family, whose parents are alive, and who is three years or more younger than himself. In this way she should do the work of a man, which we shall presently relate. In a like manner the mighty Kichaka,% who tried to seduce Draupadi. It contains ten chapters, and has been translated into English but only six copies were printed for private circulation.
After they have mutually accepted each other's presents, then a meeting should be arranged between them on the faith of the go-between. Kama is to be learnt from the Kama Sutra aphorisms on love and from the practice of citizens. This is the end of sexual union. A woman who reveals secrets. An ascetic who is internally troubled with desire. Moniec Williams under the title of Sakoontala or The Lost Ring, an Indian drama, translated into English prose and verse from the Sanscrit of Kalidasa. To humble him through the symbolism of the sexual act was both pertinent and suggestive.