Kamasutram, generally known to the Western world as Kama Sutra, is an ancient Indian text on human sexual behavior, widely considered to be the standard work on love in Sanskrit literature. The text was composed by Vatsyayana, as a brief summary of various earlier works belonging to a tradition known generically as Kama Shastra, the science of love. Kama is literally desire. Sutra signifies a thread, or discourse threaded on a series of aphorisms. Sutra was a standard term for a technical text, thus also the Yogasutram of Patanjali. The text is originally known as Vatsyayana Kamasutram ("Vatsyayana's Aphorisms on Love"). Tradition holds that the author was a celibate scholar. He is believed to have lived sometime between the 1st to 6th centuries AD, probably during the great cultural flowering of the Gupta period.
Lets try position #12 in the kamasutra book. I hope I dont hurt my legs again!
by Andy N. July 10, 2006
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A book written well over a Millenia ago in India for male citizens on how to please and how to be pleasured (of course, women weren't educated enough to read). As well as acrobatic and sculptural positions, there includes advice for massage, fellatio, cunnilingus, kissing, touching and penis/vaginal compatability.
Many uneducated and uncultured people nowadays see it only as the source to find "wild" positions for sex.
I recieved a copy of the Kama Sutra in pocket book form.... I'm in for some good lovin' tonight.
by Sablenemesis December 31, 2005
The holy book of all that is erotic. The contents of such a book will help any ordinary man or woman become a sex saint. It contains descriptive instructions and pictures of several different positions of intercourse, including positions involving standind, sitting, laying, handstands, bridges, kneeling, and many other forms a body can take. The goal of this holiest of books is for more variety and gratification in your sexual practices

WARNING: Some positions may cause soreness or injuries in places you never even knew you had. If problems persists please consult your physician or yoga instructor.
Honey lets try position #235 in the "Kamasutra" again, but this time remember to balance at equilibrium between my legs while i do a headstand.
by JDawg April 03, 2003
It is a book of Sexual Postions which has been made into movies. It has almost every postion imaginable. The perfect book for any Player/ PIMP.
The Kama Sutra will sooth any bitch.
by The all knowing azn June 01, 2004
A book containting numerous sexual positions originating in India and the surrounding areas. A good Kama Sutra is essential to the "better lover's" library. This will spice up your sex life, no doubt.
After months of boring sex, my woman bought me the Kama Sutra. This sex book has been passed down from generation to generation promising improved sex. Trust me, this book doesn't let down! I think my last hooker read the whole thing!
by Magistrate January 26, 2006
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