Kama Sutra Sexual Postures, Best Lovemaking Positions Explained

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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The users’ opions are important at HostelsClub book the top rated Venice hostels

Planning to go to Europe? If you have the idea of going to Italy, Venice is the ideal destination. Are you looking for a room?

HostelsClub.com allows you to book Venice hostels in advance in a reliable, easy fashion. Just visit our site, insert your city of choice in the search form, insert your preferred arrival date, click on search and you’re all set! Our site will show you the list of hostels and hotels which have rooms matching your search for the days you have chosen.

Our system will also allow you to further fine-tune your search’s details by ordering hostels and hotels by price or customer ratings, or by checking the hostels’ coordinates in the map. You can even select hostels which are closest to a specific monument or place in Venice.

The site’s hostels and hotels are reviewed by our customers who have actually booked them, so all ratings are coming from genuine customers. The following is a list highest rated Venice properties. The best hostel currently is Al Pozzo with 16 customer ratings and an average rating of 90/100.

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Graduation Poems

Poems are the part of ancient English literature. Poem is the stream flow of expressive and sentimental words, funny or silly quotes with different styles of writing it. Poem is like giving shape to your thoughts, ideas and feelings in an innovative way to dcor your word of art in written form. There are many famous poets like Emily Watson, Emily Dickinson, Robert Frost, William Butler Yeats, Langston Hughes, Pablo Neruda, William Shakespeare, Rabindranath Tagore and Peter Stavropoulos well-known for his love poems and many others to mention.

Poem format style keeps on varying according to kinds of poems. Poems can be grouped into different categories like Love poems, Funny poems, Friendship poems, Hate poems, Graduation poems and so on. Following are the most commonly used kinds of poem like Acrostic poem, Cinquain, Concrete poem, Limericks, Haiku, Tanka, Couplets, Tercets, Ballad stanzas, Riddle rhymes and Free verse. And if you want to improve your poetry vocabulary just go through some words as follows. Alliteration, assonance, blank verse, closure, consonance, dramatic monologue, formalism, imagery, metaphor, metonymy, ode, persona, refrain, rhyme scheme and few others can help you a lot to get quality poetry. When you are done with poetry works give an appropriate title to the poem that is able to give good synopsis to all the readers.

Poem is an art of expressing or sharing on a piece of paper. Even if you are not a poet then you can obviously express your words in a written form. And you can always learn some key points to write a poem if you are interested.

There are many famous author books published on poems. All you need to do is to gather some information and note it down on some paper. Make it a practice to learn some new words that can be used in your poetry. Follow the instructions or steps if given in book or under some guidelines of English professor/teacher know more about the poems which will make your work easier. Keep on reading all kinds of poems and know your likings about the poem and start excluding those poems for which you really are not interested to write. Reciting poem or reading out loud can helps you to feel if any editing work left out after the poetry works get over. Poetry work needs patience and good poetry vocabulary if to be appreciated by others. Like love poems is all about matter of feelings that comes from within the heart. One thing you should remember that a poem written with genuine feelings from within the heart always stands out differently from others.

Thus, patience and hard work is surely going to offer you good result because of your quality poems.

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New York Events – Book Expo America, Shakespeare in the Park and More

New York is lovely in June, and you will find plenty of Events in New York to enjoy during this time of year. Hotels such as The Milford – A Times Square Hotel, prepare to welcome summer visitors with a variety of special offers. View Special Offers Here.

Governor’s Ball and Music Festival

When: June 7 through June 9

Where: Randall’s Island Park

located along East River

For more information visit: Governorsballmusicfestival.com

Some of the best talent in the pop music world will take to the stage during this 3-day Event in New York. Attend concerts, play games and enjoy the festive vibe that surrounds this Event in New York.

Shakespeare in the Park

When: June through August

Where: Delacorte Theater in Central Park

For more information call: 212-967-7555

You don’t have to love Shakespeare to enjoy this Event in New York. Free performances, often including top Hollywood stars, make this a must-attend Event.

Book Expo America

When: May 29 through June 1

Where: Jacob Javits Convention Center

655 West 34th Street

New York, NY 10001

For more information call: 800-840-5614

This Event in New York was once only open to industry professionals. This year, the final day of the Event is open to the public. For just $49, avid readers are invited to Book Expo America where they can mingle with authors and learn about not-yet-published books.

Washington Square Outdoor Art Exhibit

When: June 1 through June 2

Where: Washington Square Park

60 Knolls Crescent

New York, NY 10003

For more information call: 212-982-6256

Many art-related Events in New York take place during the summer. At this outdoor offering, you will see the works of more than 100 artists.

Pride Week

When: June 28 through June 30

Where: Various locations

For more information call: 212-80-PRIDE

In was 1970 when the first Pride March took place in the Big Apple. Today, Pride Week is a huge Event in New York that brings visitors from all over the country.

Book your Times Square Hotel today, and get ready to enjoy some of these June Events in New York.

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The Milford – A Times Square Hotel – is undergoing an extensive $140 million renovation to include each of the 1,300 Guest Rooms and Guest Suites, Lounge, Fitness Room, Lobby area and all common areas of the Hotel. The Milford has a long history of providing impeccable Guest Services and Hotel Amenities to their valued guests who have been returning to this landmark New York Hotel since 1929.

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Serial books on nanjing s intangible cultural heritage published – Organza Hat

The book is 1.5 meters long after being pulled open.

Nanjing Publishing House launched the first series of the ??Nanjing Intangible Cultural Heritage? on June 20. It is the first time for the institution to plan serial books to popularize the knowledge of the intangible cultural heritage.ge.

Nanjing??s cultural heritages, such as Nanjing Ming Royal Tomb, are widely known. But not many people are familiar with its variety of intangible cultural heritage.

The publishing of the serial books, 10 books in the first series, is hoped to show the unique charm of Nanjing culture, said Lu Haiming, vice president of the publishing house, who added that the books feature on intangible cultural heritages of the provincial level or higher in Nanjing.

Refreshingly, the serial books use traditional Chinese accordion binding. And each book is 1.5 meters long after being opened. On the front side is a scroll picture of each project demonstrated in ways of hand-painted pictures or photographic works. On the back is the Chinese-English introduction of historical origins and cultural connotation of the projects.

The series also attaches a drawing of the intangible cultural heritages in Nanjing which records a full list and their places.

The second series will focus on the pedigree of the inheritors of the intangible cultural heritages in Nanjing, said Lu.

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Tomita ‘s 1933 Book On Healing

Kaiji Tomita was a student of Mikao Usui. He wrote a book called, Reiki To Jinjutsu Tomita Ry Teate Ryh (Reiki and Humanitarian Work – Tomita Ryu Hands Healing) in 1933. The book was re-published in 1999 with the help of Toshitaka Mochizuki.

Included in his book are case studies, the technique hatsurei ho (which includes the use of waka) and hand positions for specific illnesses.

The book has some great photo’s with people practicing Reiki either on clients lay ing down or sitting in seiza.

The name of his school was Teate Ryoho kai and it was taught in 4 levels – shoden, chuden, okuden, and kaiden

Techniques of one kind or another have always been used in conjunction with the system of Reiki. Hatsurei-ho is one of the early techniques. Below is a translation of this technique from that book which is much simpler than what is practised in Japan and the West today. (The chanting of waka, poetry written by the Meiji Emperor, is not practised in the modern form of hatsurei ho in the West)

First sit down and try to concentrate (unify) the mind and body. Choose a quiet place or somewhere comfortable where you can relax. Included in the text are 2 different readings of the word seiza. One means to sit still and is the first part of the technique the other relates to the physical action of sitting in seiza.

Seiza (lit. Japanese to sit still)
Sit in the seiza position and gassh with the objective to gather/concentrate the energy from the heart into the palms of the hands. Hold the hands together without using force from the arms or the shoulders. Drop the shoulders and clasp the hands, joining the fingers lightly and feel the alignment of the posture. Close your eyes.

Jshin h (Mind purification method)
The aim of Jshin-h is to unify and purify the mind. Once the sitting upright is achieved, recite (in your head) some waka poetry and feel at One with its meaning.

The following are some examples of waka that can be used for Jshin h

ikanaran goto ni ahite mo tayumanu ha
wagashiki shima no yama to damashii
asami dori sumi watari taru o hosora no
hiroki wo wo no ga kokoro tomo gana

Hatsurei h
If you have followed the previous steps and stayed focused on the palms of your hands they start to become warm. This is what (Tomita ry) calls reiha ?? (wave of rei). It describes the tingling sensation that is comparable to an electrical current. The heat created and the wave of rei are what constitute spiritual energy. Even if the sensations are weak at first, they should become stronger as you keep concentrating.

5 Day plan
Repeat the above steps for 5 consecutive days, and concentrate for at least 30 minutes (progressively increasing eventually reaching an hour)

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Bury the Fear of Losing an Epic with Book to E-Book Conversion

The concept of book to e-book conversion and the benefits associated with it needs no clarification and unquestionably, this technological gift has become the unshaken preference of readers all across the world. When these e-books actually came into existence and who invented the term e-book, is still a mystery but the traces of its initial existence were found in 1940, when the first e-book was introduced as an electronic index by Mr. Thomas Aquinas. Since then, this revolution in the publishing industry is progressing rapidly, thus, making it possible to even conserve and preserve the ancient manuscripts, epics and other kinds of written pages from ancient civilization.

The advantages of this paperless publishing are surpassing the associated disadvantages and somehow attaining huge success in ruling the minds of book lovers. The available e-book formats like Document, Portable Document Format (PDF), Hyper Text Mark-up Language (HTML), Rich Text Format or Plain Text Format are capable of converting a book weighing 5 to 6 lbs into weightless formats utilizing just few Kilobytes (KB) or Mega Bytes (MB) of digital storage device.

This conversion is an absolute alternative for saving money over the publishing cost, physical (library) space, mobility and accessibility. Reading E-books has brought much comfort to the readers, as it is no more required to stay aligned on a chair and table for long reading hours. This paperless conversion of books to eBooks has also provided a way for a noble contribution towards the efforts to reduce the disastrous effects of de-forestations.

Other than this, the e-book reading gadgets like Kindle Reader sets a reader free from carrying the weight of printed books of choice all through the time. These reading devices are not complicated and neither difficult to use nor does it demand any lessons to operate. All one need is a tap on the screen and the navigation menu to access, store, share, open and personalize the digitized font size as per visibility conditions.

Book to eBook conversion not only help authors & writers to preserve their masterpiece for ages, it also allow readers a convenient way to store the books of their choice and read it later whenever they want. These e-books are also proving useful for people with reading disabilities, as these are also available in mp3 formats as well. The other associated benefits of e-books like an option of an offline search on particular topic, clubbed web links for other related material, one click and round the clock availability and frugal to transfer the ownership rights, are boosting this revolution.

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Words, For The Right Occasion – Funerals

Poems for Funerals by Glenys Rowe

Here at Finepoets.com, we like to think that we an supply the right words for every occsion whether it be writing obituaries, finding poems for funerals or rescuing beautiful writing from oblivion just for posterity. A recent project has been the recording of a CD called Peoms for Funerasl with readings by the Australian singer/songwriter Paul Kelly, and favourite Australian actors Noni Hazlehurst and Jack Thompson. There are more than thirty beautiful readings on the CD but one which we omitted and are now regretting omitting is this one by John Oxenham:

-Adieu and Au Revoir-

As you love me let there be No mourning when I go, – No tearful eyes No hopeless sighs, No woe, – nor even sadness! Indeed I would not have you sad For I myself shall be full glad With the high triumphant gladness Of a soul made free Of God’s sweet liberty- No windows darkened.

For my own Will be flung wide as ne’er before, To catch the radiant inpour Of Love that shall in full atone For all the ills that I have done; and the good things left undone; No voices hushed My own full flushed With an immortal hope will rise In ecstasies of newborn bliss And joyful melodies.

Rather of your sweet courtesy Rejoice with me At my soul’s loosing from captivity Wish me Bon Voyage As you do a friend Whose joyous visit finds its happy end, And bid me both – a Dieu’ And au revoir Since though I come no more I shall be waiting there to greet you at His door.

And as the feet of The Bearers tread the ways I trod Think not of me as dead But rather Happy, thrice happy, he whose course is sped He has gone home to God His Father.

Choosing Poems for Funerals is necessarily delicate and we omitted this one because of its sentimentality in relation to God, and we felt that it would only work for a certain kind of traditional Christian whereas the motivation in putting together the CD and booklet called Poems for Funerals was actually to help non religious people organise moving and memorable funerals that do justice to the deceased persons and that are satisfying for mourners who may not be religious at all. A sense of the sacred is required and this can be difficult for people to deliver outside of the rituals of a church. Our secular society does not offer many buildings for example that offer a sense of the sacred, unless you are in a cathedral. We’ve gone out of our way to find such buildings, and to write some funeral service templates, that accompany the booklet along with the CD Poems for Funerals.

Poems For Funerals Famous Australian Poetry Jack Thompson

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Best Seller Gujarati Books

Books will never cheat us. Books give information about everything. Now a day most of the children are sitting in front of TV. Every program is not so good. So children pursue bad habit by watching T.V. Children watch these low quality serials, movies – with excess of action, movies which show violence. To deter this activity a child getting addicted to TV- inculcates the habit of reading. Give them good humor books. So they can enjoy and get some knowledge with it. There are so many good author books are available in the market.

Reading also keeps your brain healthy. A man needs a good friend. A book is as like as friend. Book reading is good time pass in the traveling. He never feels bored. He feels happy in the reading. Reading gives the kind of pleasure. Some books we read simple for pleasure and amusement for example, good novels and books of imagination must have their place in every bodys reading.

Generally we read this type of books for the knowledge and refreshment:
Navalkatha, Short Stories, Drama, Essay Article, Poems, Vivechan, Biography, Travel, Health, Inspirational, Palmistry, Translations, Vastusashtra, General Knowledge, English Education, Dictionary, Sex Education, Gujarati Education, Female Related,Comics,Child Care.

There are few authors whose books are very popular and best seller now a days.

Kaajal Oza Vaidya: Kaajal Oza Vaidya is a new age writer. She is very famous in all age group of readers . There are 25 books of Kaajal Oza Vaidys has been released. She has written 23 Novels (Navalkatha), Lekhsangrah, Navlika, Letters, Poems.Some are very famous like Krishnayan, Vahli Astha, Ekbijane Gamta Rahie, Maunraag, Tara Chaherani Lagolag and Yog Viyog.
Tarak Mehta: Tarak Mehta is very famous author now a days.Still he is a age of 80 but his writing is like 20s. His Tarak Mehta Na Undha Chashma is very popular book.Serial Tarak Mehata ka Ulta Chashma is telecast on SAB TV which is full of humor.This All are all time hits of Tarak Mehta, Bagicha Ni Halvi Hawa Ma, Action Replay Part 1&2, Jethalal No Jekpot, Tarak Mehta No Tapudo, Tarak Mehtana Undha Chashma and many more
Zavechand Meghani: Zavechand Meghani was a very wellknown author.He wrote over 100 of different types of books,19 biography,4 drama books,14 Novels,9 Poetry,10 Short Stories,11 Folk Songs,13 Falk Tals,13 Others.His Saurashtrani Rasdhar is very good book.

Gunvant Shah: Gunvant Shah Born in Rander (Surat) on March 12, 1937; was educated in Surat and Baroda.He was Worked as Lecturer and Reader in the M. S. University of Baroda, Visiting Professor to the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor (U.S.A.) HeWrites lyrical essays, poetry, novels in Gujarati. Published many books literary and educational.His famous books are Tahuko, Ghandhi Na Chashma, Krishna Mari Drashtie etc…

If you are looking for Gujarati Books at the affordable price then you are at the right place. Our online shop has collection of all Gujarati books and English book.

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Ji Yingnan And Other Jilted Mistresses Expose Chinese Officials Corruption

Do you want to be a mistress ? Too often however women place their value in what they look like instead of who they are. But looks can be deceiving and unfortunately they can also change over time (even with plastic surgeries). Negative self-talk about body image is pervasive in our culture at any age and while there is value in taking care of you physically, that should not be primary goal or focus of your time and energy. In order to be a mistress , focus your attention instead on your character aspects rather than your physical aspects.
For starting off Swedish and ending down under all youve gotta do is give him the sign. Joss, explaining to Savi why the Palm Sands masseuse got the nickname The Famous Antonio Gah! For yet another week Ive passed the 1,000-word mark veering toward 3,000! on my Mistresses recap! So mistress webcams share your thoughts on the season finale below, and then add some ideas for what we can do for a successful renewal campaign! For the latest in Entertainment news, simply click the “Subscribe” button on the top of the page. Notifications of all the latest news will be delivered to your inbox.
At least one president also driven out by another People Power was open about his mistresses and one of them took over as chief executive of the town where he started as a colorful, if, controversial political life. The figure is common knowledge among European monarchs the most famous of whom during the time of Louis XV was Madam de Pompadour. Mistresses should be ready to give up Valentine’s Day, Christmas Day, New Year’s Day, Holy Week and his birthday (that’s why mistresses are also called “holiday orphans” because of this).
The poem is fiction and the speaker of the poem is not real. The plea of the male speaker is from a first-person point of view. Andrew Marvell enters the mind of a very impatient, desperate, and possibly manipulative. The male character in To His Coy Mistress is trying to get a woman to except his love and give in to him. The only thing we know about the mistress is that she is coy. There are many interpretations of the theme of To His Coy Mistress by Andrew Marvell. He puts great attention on time and how they do not have the luxury of time.
I am kind of torn about how I felt about this book, or rather, novella. I loved that it was about lesser known figures from history and that the story was based on actual history. I loved that there were bits of poetry that came from the Duke’s own diary. At the begining I found the writing a little bit clunky but by the end I was invested in the story. And oh, what an ending. The description of the duke’s fate is compelling and gruesome, not one to be reading while you are eating your breakfast!

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