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q PART IV: ABOUT A
WIFE
- Chapter I
- Chapter II


q PART V: ABOUT THE
WIVES OF OTHER
PEOPLE
- Chapter I
- Chapter II
- Chapter III
- Chapter IV
- Chapter V
- Chapter VI


q PART VI: ABOUT
COURTESANS
- Introductory Remarks -
Chapter I
- Chapter II
- Chapter III
- Chapter IV
- Chapter V
- Chapter VI
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q PART VII: ON THE
MEANS OF ATTRACTING
OTHERS TO ONE'S SELF
- Chapter I
- Chapter II


CONCLUDING
q

REMARKS


q MODERN KAMA

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q TRANSLATOR'S
NOTES
- Preface
PART II
- Introduction
CHAPTER IV
On pressing, or marking, or scratching with nails
q PART I:
INTRODUCTORY
- Chapter I
When love becomes intense, pressing with the nails or scratching the body with
- Chapter II
them is practised, and it is done on the following occasions: on the first visit; at
- Chapter III
- Chapter IV the time of setting out on a journey; on the return from a journey; at the time
- Chapter V when an angry lover is reconciled; and lastly when the woman is intoxicated.

q PART II: ON SEXUAL But pressing with the nails is not a usual thing except with those who are
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intensely passionate, i.e. full of passion. It is employed, together with biting, by
- Chapter I
those to whom the practice is agreeable.
- Chapter II
- Chapter III
- Chapter IV
- Chapter V
- Chapter VI
- Chapter VII
- Chapter VIII
- Chapter IX
- Chapter X


q PART III: ABOUT THE
ACQUISITION OF A
WIFE
- Chapter I
- Chapter II
- Chapter III
- Chapter IV
- Chapter V


q PART IV: ABOUT A
WIFE
- Chapter I
- Chapter II


q PART V: ABOUT THE
WIVES OF OTHER
PEOPLE
- Chapter I
- Chapter II
- Chapter III
- Chapter IV
- Chapter V
- Chapter VI


q PART VI: ABOUT
COURTESANS
- Introductory Remarks -
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- Chapter II
- Chapter III
- Chapter IV
- Chapter V
- Chapter VI


q PART VII: ON THE
MEANS OF ATTRACTING
OTHERS TO ONE'S SELF
- Chapter I
- Chapter II


CONCLUDING
q

REMARKS


q MODERN KAMA

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q TRANSLATOR'S
NOTES
- Preface
PART II
- Introduction
CHAPTER V
On biting, and the means to be employed with regard to women og
PART I:
different countries
q
INTRODUCTORY
- Chapter I
- Chapter II
All the places that can be kissed are also the places that can be bitten, except
- Chapter III
- Chapter IV the upper lip, the interior of the mouth, and the eyes. The qualities of good teeth
- Chapter V are as follows: They should be equal, possessed of a pleasing brightness,
capable of being coloured, of proper proportions, unbroken, and with sharp ends.
q PART II: ON SEXUAL
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The defects of teeth on the other hand are that they are blunt, protruding from
- Chapter I
the gums, rough, soft, large, and loosely set.
- Chapter II
- Chapter III
The following are the different kinds of biting:
- Chapter IV
- Chapter V
- Chapter VI The hidden bite
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- Chapter VII
The swollen bite
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- Chapter VIII
The point
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- Chapter IX
The line of points
q
- Chapter X
The coral and the jewel
q

The line of jewels
q
PART III: ABOUT THE The broken cloud
q q
ACQUISITION OF A The biting of the boar
q
WIFE
- Chapter I
- Chapter II
- Chapter III
- Chapter IV
- Chapter V


q PART IV: ABOUT A
WIFE
- Chapter I
- Chapter II


PART V: ABOUT THE
q
WIVES OF OTHER
PEOPLE
- Chapter I
- Chapter II
- Chapter III
- Chapter IV
- Chapter V
- Chapter VI


q PART VI: ABOUT
COURTESANS
- Introductory Remarks -
Chapter I
- Chapter II
- Chapter III
- Chapter IV
- Chapter V
- Chapter VI


q PART VII: ON THE
MEANS OF ATTRACTING
OTHERS TO ONE'S SELF
- Chapter I
- Chapter II
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q CONCLUDING

REMARKS


MODERN KAMA
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q TRANSLATOR'S
NOTES
- Preface
PART II
- Introduction
CHAPTER VI
Of the different ways of lying down, and various kinds of congress
PART I:
q
INTRODUCTORY
- Chapter I
On the occasion of a `high congress' the Mrigi (Deer) woman should lie down in
- Chapter II
such a way as to widen her yoni, while in a `low congress' the Hastini (Elephant)
- Chapter III
- Chapter IV woman should lie down so as to contract hers. But in an `equal congress' they
- Chapter V should lie down in the natural position. What is said above concerning the Mrigi
and the Hastini applies also to the Vadawa (Mare) woman. In a `low congress
the woman should particularly make use of medicine, to cause her desires to be
q PART II: ON SEXUAL
satisfied quickly.
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- Chapter I The Deer-woman has the following three ways of lying down:
- Chapter II q The widely opened position
- Chapter III q The yawning position
- Chapter IV q The position of the wife of Indra
- Chapter V
- Chapter VI
- Chapter VII
- Chapter VIII
- Chapter IX
- Chapter X


q PART III: ABOUT THE
ACQUISITION OF A
WIFE
- Chapter I
- Chapter II
- Chapter III
- Chapter IV
- Chapter V


q PART IV: ABOUT A
WIFE
- Chapter I
- Chapter II


PART V: ABOUT THE
q
WIVES OF OTHER
PEOPLE
- Chapter I
- Chapter II
- Chapter III
- Chapter IV
- Chapter V
- Chapter VI


q PART VI: ABOUT
COURTESANS
- Introductory Remarks -
Chapter I
- Chapter II
- Chapter III
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- Chapter IV
- Chapter V
- Chapter VI


q PART VII: ON THE
MEANS OF ATTRACTING
OTHERS TO ONE'S SELF
- Chapter I
- Chapter II


q CONCLUDING

REMARKS


MODERN KAMA
q

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q TRANSLATOR'S
NOTES
- Preface
PART II
- Introduction
CHAPTER VII
Of the various modes of striking, and of the sounds appropiate to them
PART I:
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INTRODUCTORY
- Chapter I
SEXUAL intercourse can be compared to a quarrel, on account of the
- Chapter II
contrarieties of love and its tendency to dispute. The place of striking with
- Chapter III
- Chapter IV passion is the body, and on the body the special places are:
- Chapter V

The shoulders
q
PART II: ON SEXUAL The head
q q
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The space between the breasts
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- Chapter I
The back
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- Chapter II
The jaghana, or middle part of the body
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- Chapter III
The sides
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- Chapter IV
- Chapter V
Striking is of four kinds:
- Chapter VI
- Chapter VII
- Chapter VIII
Striking with the back of the hand
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- Chapter IX
Striking with the fingers a little contracted
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- Chapter X
Striking with the fist
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