Synopses & Reviews
The 2,000-year-old Kama Sutra is widely regarded as the most famous work on erotic pleasure ever created. This original new interpretation of the Hindu sex classic features 40 easy-to-follow explicit positions, each beautifully illustrated by stunning color photographs, step-by-step instructions, difficulty ratings, and relevant quotes from the original text. From slow and gentle to fast and intense, the positions fulfill every mood and sexual need, and are designed to heighten pleasure from both a man's and woman's perspective. Separate chapters explore the body, senses, mood, foreplay, and oral sex, offering creative ways to bring new levels of eroticism into lovemaking. A book that couples will want to keep by their bedside tables and refer to again and again, The Modern Kama Sutra is the ultimate book for modern lovers.
About the Author
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.