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The Kama Sutra is an Indian textbook (sutra) on the art of love, written in Sanscrit by Vasyayana in the 4th century AD. Besides the famous chapters on sexual techniques and positions, the book also contains advice on methods of seduction, proper conduct during, before and after intercourse, and recipes for aphrodisiacs.
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