The Love Teachings Of Kama Sutra - Rear-Entry Positions
devendra patil • onLove & Harmony 10 years ago • 2 min read
Rear-Entry Positions:

She bends well forward and grips the bedstead, her buttocks raised high; cup your hands to serpents' hoods and squeeze her jar-shaped (sic) breasts together: this is "Dhenuka" (the Milch Cow).

If you mount her like a dog, gripping her waist, and she twists round to gaze into your face, experts in the art of love say it is "Svanaka" (the Dog).

If the lady, eager for love, goes on all fours, humping her back like a doe, and you enjoy her from behind, rutting as though you'd lost all human nature, it is "Hirana" (the Deer).

When, with lotus-feet set well-apart on the ground, she bends, placing a hand upon each thigh, and you take her from the rear, it is "Gardabha" (the Ass).

If she lies on her stomach and you seize her ankles in one hand, lift them high and make love, tilting her chin back with your other hand, it is "Marjara" (the Cat).

She lies on her front, grasping her ankles in her own hands and pulling them up behind her: this difficult posture is known to experts as "Mallaka" (the Wrestler).

When your mistress (sic) lays breasts, arms and forehead to the carpet, raising her buttocks high, and you guide your penis into her yoni, it is "Aibha" (the Elephant).

You lift her ankles high; she draws up and extends her legs as though she were crawling through the air: this is "Hastika" (the Elephant).

She stands on palms and feet; you stand behind her and lift one of her feet to your shoulder, enjoying the lovely girl: this is "Traivikrama" (the Stride).

Seize her feet and lift them high (like a wheel barrow), drive your penis into her yoni and pleasure her with vigorous strokes: this is "Kulisha" (the Thunderbolt).

You kneel, as in archery, take her on your lap and bend her forward till her breasts are pressed to her thighs: this is "Ekabandha" (One Knot).

Lying on her side, facing away, the fawn-eyed girl offers you her buttocks and your penis penetrates the house of love: this is "Nagabandha" (the Elephant).


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