Kama sutra is one of the oldest love manual books in Indian civilization that describes a great variety of lovemaking postures. It is both spiritual and complicated, and extols the sensual delights of music, poetry and perfumes. Sex has various health benefits apart from the pleasure and enlightenment achieved through it. Lots of articles and stories have already been written on this.
Kama sutra positions have gained worldwide popularity. It is one of the most reputed books on lovemaking. Most of the erotic postures of Kama sutra are carved on the walls of many famous Indian temples. Some of these positions are -
Wide Open Position (Utfullaka) is the position in which the woman lying down on her back lowers down her upper half of the body and raises back her hips. In it the entrance of the vagina is stretched wide. A pillow is placed under her back.
In fixing of the nails (shaulahitaka) posture, the woman unites keeping one of her legs above her head and the other stretched out, and then holds the later up, and stretches the other and continues to do so alternatively.
Crab posture (Karkata) is a complex position in which the woman unites keeping one of her legs above her head and the other stretched out, and then holds the later up, and stretch the other and continues to do so alternatively.
In Yawning position (Vijrimbhitaka), the woman raises her thighs and keeps them wide apart and unites. Pressing posture (piditaka) is the posture where both the partners begin in clasping position, and then they press each others thigh with force.
In United Congress (Sanghatak) posture, a man enjoys two women simultaneously while in Congress of the herd of Cows (Gauyuthka) posture, a man enjoys several women at the same time.
In the Twining Position (Veshtika) the woman unites with the man in the clasping position and places her left thigh on the right in order to contract her vagina even more. In the Mare Position (Vadavak) the woman hold her partners penis firmly in her vagina.
In Supported Congress (Sthirrata) both the partners support each other against a wall or a pillar, and involve themselves in sexual intercourse. In Congress of A cow (Shenuka) posture, the woman gets down on her all fours like a cow, and the men mounts on her from behind like a bull.
In Splitting of the Bamboo (Venudaritaka) posture, the woman places one of her legs on her partners shoulder, and keep the other stretched out. In the Lotus Posture (Padamasan), the right foot of the woman is on the left thigh, and the left foot on the right thigh.
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