The Modern Kama Sutra by Kamini Thomas
An Intimate Guide to the Secrets of Erotic Pleasure

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Transform your love-making into erotic ecstasy with this book that unlocks the secrets of the Kama Sutra – the most ancient, renowned and explicit guide to sexual pleasure.

‘Pleasures are as necessary for the well-being of the body as food.' Kama Sutra

‘The Modern Kama Sutra’ opens up a new and exotic world of sexual pleasure that will change your sex life for ever.

Inspired by the ancient text of the Kama Sutra, this fully illustrated book offers over 40 easy-to-follow explicit positions (try positions such as 'Splitting the Bamboo', ' The Congress of the Cow', 'Yab Yum' and the 'Canopy of Stars'), step-by step instructions and practical tips and 200 stunning colour photographs that guarantee to enhance your erotic pleasure and improve your sexual technique.

‘The Modern Kama Sutra’ is for the modern couple, catering for both experienced lovers and for those wanting to experiment. You will learn how to heighten your awareness of your own and your partner’s bodies, and achieve an emotional intimacy and sexual intensity never before experienced.

• Why not try fast sex sequences for instant pleasure – use all kinds of locations, from the kitchen table and bathroom shower to the living room sofa and even the office floor!

• Learn how massage and intimate touching can enhance your sexual desire. Discover how to indulge the body and the senses with separate chapters on seduction, foreplay and oral sex.


About Kamini Thomas

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Kamini and Kirk Thomas met while touring the ancient temples of Southeast Asia and have done much research into Eastern spirituality and its relationship to sexual practices, including tantric sex. Kirk is a freelance journalist and illustrator. His wife Kamini, a social psychologist, has worked on numerous publications including books on tantric love, partner yoga, and sexual massage. She has lived and worked in India, learning Hindi and immersing herself in its rich and vibrant culture. She became interested in the Kama Sutra while visiting erotic sculptures at Khajuraho. Kamini and Kirk live in Bath, England.
Published May 17, 2010 by Harper Element. 176 pages
Genres: Health, Fitness & Dieting, Self Help, Religion & Spirituality, Education & Reference. Non-fiction

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