Kamasutra Tarot

Author: Lo Scarabeo Edizioni d'Arte

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: 9788883955037

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Kamasutra Tarot Kit

Author: Lo Scarabeo,A. R. Madan

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: 9780738711805

Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Page: 47

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Inspired by the original Kamasutra, this deck is meant to aid seekers in their own quest for enlightenment through the senses. Publisher Review: I feel I have to start this review by stating that this deck is filled with very explicit illustrations of couples involved in sexual relations. If that alone is a "deal breaker," you have no reason to continue with this review. Next, I'd like to look at the source text for this deck, the Kama Sutra. Many people talk of this book as having great spiritual value. They approach it as a key Tantric (a small part of Tantra involves spiritualized sexuality) text. Neither concept it true. It is far closer to what might be called a rule book for marriage. It is composed of seven sections, of which sections 3–6 are about how to get a wife, how a chief wife should act, how other wives should act and advice on how to become a courtesan. Section seven is about how to attract a partner and includes the closest thing to instructions on sexual magick found in the entire book. Section one, the introduction, introduces various Vedic spiritual concepts and may simply be slapped onto the book in order to give it some legitimacy. Indeed, at least one historian claims the entire book was a collection of other texts. The remaining section is the part of the book that is most famous. It includes numerous legalistic and dogmatic concepts on how to have sexual relations, some of which require a great deal of physical strength and agility. It also describes 64 types of sexual acts. I vividly remember getting a copy of this book when I was about 14 years old on a vacation in Palm Springs. I eagerly tried reading it and no matter how much I skipped, I couldn't help but find it stultifying, dated, and silly. That brings us to an overview of the art in this deck. As described in the deck attributes below, the Art School Vijai & Ram of Rajastan have done an absolutely magnificent job of producing sexually explicit modern art in the style and character of of 17th and 18th century Indian art (heavily influenced by Mughal-style art) often found in published editions of the Kama Sutra. You'll instantly recognize the style. . . read more.

Kamasutra Tarot/Tarot Del Kamasutra

78 Erotic and Spiritual Tarot Cards With Divinatory Instructions/78 Naipes Del Tarot Eroticos Y Espirituales Con Instrucciones Adivinatorias

Author: Mallnaga Vatsayayana

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: 9780738710044

Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Page: 78

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According to legend, the Kamasutra was created by the Indian god Shiva who, overwhelmed by the joys of sexual experience, wrote a servant a treatise on erotic art. Inspired by the original Kamasutra, this deck is meant to aid seekers in their own quest for enlightenment through the senses. Publisher Review: I feel I have to start this review by stating that this deck is filled with very explicit illustrations of couples involved in sexual relations. If that alone is a "deal breaker," you have no reason to continue with this review. Next, I'd like to look at the source text for this deck, the Kama Sutra. Many people talk of this book as having great spiritual value. They approach it as a key Tantric (a small part of Tantra involves spiritualized sexuality) text. Neither concept it true. It is far closer to what might be called a rule book for marriage. It is composed of seven sections, of which sections 3–6 are about how to get a wife, how a chief wife should act, how other wives should act and advice on how to become a courtesan. Section seven is about how to attract a partner and includes the closest thing to instructions on sexual magick found in the entire book. Section one, the introduction, introduces various Vedic spiritual concepts and may simply be slapped onto the book in order to give it some legitimacy. Indeed, at least one historian claims the entire book was a collection of other texts. The remaining section is the part of the book that is most famous. It includes numerous legalistic and dogmatic concepts on how to have sexual relations, some of which require a great deal of physical strength and agility. It also describes 64 types of sexual acts. I vividly remember getting a copy of this book when I was about 14 years old on a vacation in Palm Springs. I eagerly tried reading it and no matter how much I skipped, I couldn't help but find it stultifying, dated, and silly. That brings us to an overview of the art in this deck. As described in the deck attributes below, the Art School Vijai & Ram of Rajastan have done an absolutely magnificent job of producing sexually explicit modern art in the style and character of of 17th and 18th century Indian art (heavily influenced by Mughal-style art) often found in published editions of the Kama Sutra. You'll instantly recognize the style. . . read more.

Little Kingdoms

A Travel Adventure

Author: Vikram Sundarji

Publisher: Penguin Classics

ISBN: N.A

Category: India

Page: 223

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Author's travel account around India.

23 1/2 Beds

Author: Dr. Ameya Ghanekar

Publisher: Partridge Publishing

ISBN: 1543703496

Category: Travel

Page: 430

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28 years old orthodox Indian professor Dr. Omkar Kulkarni is living a very mediocre life for years. An intense telepathic conversation with his student (Unknown to him) changes his approach towards life drastically. He starts believing his ‘Heart’ more than his ‘Mind’. He decides to ‘Trust the Unknown’ and starts his ‘Euphoric Travel Escapade’ in South East Asia with absolute ‘No Plan’. He starts trusting that – Everything happens twice, once in mind and once in reality. After overcoming many odds and obstacles on different fronts he starts his journey to explore himself on 10th October 2010 (10.10.10). This book outlines his uniquely amazing and amazingly unique experiences of staying with ‘23 Unknown Angels’ from 6 countries in 83 days. He gets a chance to live with ex-Buddhist Monk, Transgender, Traditional Muslim Family, Orphanage owner, Russian Scuba Diver, Minimalist, Breast Cancer Patient, Vegetable Seller, Blind Violinist, Young German Volunteer etc. Most of us believe that ‘Magic’ isn’t real. If you want to Experience ‘Magic’ of ‘Trusting the Unknown’ – This Book is a Must Read for YOU.

The Indians

Portrait of a People

Author: Sudhir Kakar,Katharina Kakar

Publisher: Penguin Books India

ISBN: 9780143066637

Category: East Indians

Page: 226

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A Compelling Work On The Cultural Character Of The Indian People&Both Provocative And Revealing -Shyam Benegal In Outlook A Remarkably Perceptive Analysis Of Indian Character -Khushwant Singh In This Bold, Illuminating And Superbly Readable Study, India S Foremost Psychoanalyst And Cultural Commentator Sudhir Kakar And Anthropologist Katharina Kakar Investigate The Nature Of Indian-Ness . What Makes An Indian Recognizably So To The Rest Of The World, And, More Importantly, To His Or Her Fellow Indians? For, As The Authors Point Out, Despite Ethnic Differences That Are Characteristic More Of Past Empires Than Modern Nation States, There Is An Underlying Unity In The Great Diversity Of India That Needs To Be Recognized. Looking At What Constitutes A Common Indian Identity, The Authors Examine In Detail The Predominance Of Family, Community And Caste In Our Everyday Lives, Our Attitudes To Sex And Marriage, Our Prejudices, Our Ideas Of The Other (Explored In A Brilliant Chapter On Hindu-Muslim Conflict), And Our Understanding Of Health, Right And Wrong, And Death. In The Final Chapter, They Provide Fascinating Insights Into The Indian Mind, Shaped Largely By The Culture S Dominant, Hindu World View. Drawing Upon Three Decades Of Original Research And Sources As Varied As The Mahabharata, The Kamasutra, The Writings Of Mahatma Gandhi, Bollywood Movies And Popular Folklore, Sudhir And Katharina Kakar Have Produced A Rich And Revealing Portrait Of The Indian People. An Important Book&A Readable And Carefully Considered Statement On The Issue Of Identity Pavan Varma In India Today

In Arcadia

Author: Ben Okri

Publisher: Head of Zeus

ISBN: 178408185X

Category: Fiction

Page: 128

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From Booker Prize-winner Ben Okri: a voyage into the enduring myth of Arcadia and the mysterious painting it inspired. A lyrical novel about art and enlightenment that takes the reader from Waterloo Station in London to Paris and a four hundred year old enigma, the painting by Nicolas Poussin known as 'Et in Arcadia Ego'. 'We never write the book we think we are writing. We never read the book we think we are reading' BEN OKRI.

Twilight of the Young

The Radical Movements of the 1960's and Their Legacy : a Personal Report

Author: Klaus Mehnert

Publisher: Holt McDougal

ISBN: N.A

Category: Students

Page: 428

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The 1960s was the decade of social and political rebellion by the young. Ho Chi Mihn and Che Guevara were canonized, and undergraduates in New York, San Francisco, London, Paris, Rome, and Tokyo quoted Chairman Mao's Little Red Book. The demonstrations for the Berkeley Free Speech Movement, the Port Huron Statement, and the student riots in Berlin were followed by the outbreaks in Paris of May 1968, the confrontations at the Democratic Convention in Chicago, and the violence of the Weathermen. This text examines the common strands linking such diverse events and widespread phenomena as the Beat poets, the Rock and drug culture of the 1960s, the underground press in Russia, the Prague Spring, and the Tupamaro guerillas.