The Kama Sutra is an ancient Indian Hindu text, written by Vātsyāyana, widely considered the standard work on human sexual behavior. A great portion of the work consists of practical advice on sexual intercourse. Historians attribute Kamasutra to be composed between 400 BCE and 200 CE, but only until 1883 was translated into English by Sir Richard Francis Burton, one of the most famous adventurers of his time. This annotated edition is taken of the original Kama Sutra. Contains:
Part I — The Vatsyayana Sutra,
Part II — Of Sexual Union,
Part III — About the Acquisition of a Wife,
Part IV — About a Wife,
Part V — About the Wives of Other Men,
Part VI — About Courtesans, &
Part VII — About the Means of Attracting Others to Yourself.