Kamasutra book
Concluding Remarks
Thus ends, in seven parts, the Kama Sutra of Vatsyayana, which might otherwise be called a treatise on men and women, their mutual relationship, and connection
Part 7: On The Means of Attracting Others to One’s Self
Chapter 7.2. Of The Means of Exciting Desire, and of the Ways of Enlarging the Lingam. Miscellaneous
If a man is unable to satisfy a Hastini, or Elephant woman, he should have recourse to various means to excite her passion. At the commencement he should
Part 7: On The Means of Attracting Others to One’s Self
Chapter 7.1. On Personal Adornment, Subjugating the Hearts of Others, and of Tonic Medicines
Wnen a person fails to obtain the object of his desires by any of the ways previously related, he should then have recourse to other ways of attracting
Part 6: About Courtesans
Chapter 6.6. Of Gains and Losses, Attendant Gains and Losses, and Doubts; and Lastly, the Different Kinds of Courtesans
It sometimes happens that while gains are being sought for, or expected to be realized, losses only are the result of our efforts. The causes of these
Part 6: About Courtesans
Chapter 6.5. Of Different Kinds of Gain
When a courtesan is able to realize much money every day, by reason of many customers, she should not confine herself to a single lover;
Part 6: About Courtesans
Chapter 6.4. About a Reunion with a Former Lover
When a courtesan abandons her present lover after all his wealth is exhausted, she may then consider about her reunion with a former lover.
Part 6: About Courtesans
Chapter 6.3. Of the Means of getting Money…
Of the means of getting money, of the signs of the change of a lover’s feelings, and of the way to get rid of him. Money is got out of a lover in
Part 6: About Courtesans
Chapter 6.2. Of a Courtesan Living With a Man as His Wife
When a courtesan is living as a wife with her lover, she should behave like a chaste woman, and do everything to his satisfaction. Her duty in this respect
Part 6: About Courtesans
Chapter 6.1. Of the Causes of a Courtesan Resorting to Men…
Of the causes of a courtesan resorting to men; of the means of attaching to herself the man desired; and of the kind of man that it is desirable to be
Part 6: About Courtesans
Introductory Remarks
This Part 6, about courtesans, was prepared by Vatsyayana from a treatise on the subject that was written by Dattaka, for the women of Pataliputra (the