The Kamasutra is perhaps the world’s most famous work on erotics. However, it is much more than that. As its opening definition of Kama indicates, it is about all types of desire. It defines Kama as the mental inclination toward the pleasures of the senses—touch, sight, taste, and smell. Contrary to texts that identify procreation as the aim of sexual activity, the Kamasutra, while giving procreation due importance, states that Kama “finds its finality in itself.”2
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