During lovemaking, ten types of blows may be struck with the penis, but of these only "Upasripta" (Natural), which is instinctive even to untutored cowherds, results in full clitoral stimulation.
It is a gentle forward stroke which may be varied for depth and speed, allowing a subtlety, rhythm and spontaneity which the other nine each lack to some degree.
If you grasp your penis and move it in circles inside her yoni, it is "Manthana" (Churning). When you strike sharply down into the yoni, it is "Hula" (the Double-edged Knife).
If, when her hips are raised by a pillow, you strike a rising blow, it is "Avamardana" (Rubbing). If you hold your penis pressed breathlessly to her womb it is "Piditaka" (Pressing).
If you withdraw completely and then strike her violently to the womb, it is "Nirghata" (the Buffet). Continuous pressure on one side of her yoni is "Varahaghata" (the Boar's Blow).
If you thrust wildly in every direction, like a bull tossing its horns, it is "Vrishaghata" (the Bull's Blow). Quivering in her yoni is "Chatakavilasa" (Sparrow Sport), which usually heralds orgasm.
The involuntary shuddering of orgasm is called "Samputa" (the Jewel Case). But no two women make love quite the same way, so orchestrate your rhythms to the moods and colors of each lover's "raga" (emotions).
If long lovemaking exhausts you before your lover has reached her orgasm, you should allow her to roll you over your back and sit astride you, taking initiative.
If the posture gives her deep pleasure, or you enjoy its novelty, she may transpose into it as a matter of course, taking great care, however, not to expel the linga from the temple of love.
Consider: she climbs upon you, the flowers dropping from her tousled hair, her giggles turning to gasps; every time she bends to kiss your lips her nipples pierce your chest.
As her hips begin to churn, her head, flung back, bobs ever faster; she scratches, pummels you with small fists, fastens her teeth in your neck, doing unto you what you've often done unto her.
When she takes the man's role, your lady has the choice of three famous lovemaking techniques: "Samdamsha (the Tongs), "Bhramara" (the Bee) and "Prenkholita" (the Swing).
If she uses the Mare's Trick, gripping your penis with her yoni's vice, squeezing and stroking it, holding it inside her for a hundred heart-beats, it is known as "Samdamsha" (the Tongs).
If, drawing up her feet, she revolves her hips so that your penis circles deep within her yoni, you arching your body to help her, it is "Bhramara" (the Bee).
If she now swings her hips in wide circles and makes figures-of-eight, swaying upon your body as though she were riding on a seesaw, it is "Prenkholita" (the Swing).
When her passion has ebbed, she should rest, bending forward to lay her forehead upon yours without disturbing your yoked bodies: it won't be long before desire stirs again.
Catching your penis, the lady with dark eyes like upturned lotus petals guides it into her yoni, clings to you and shakes her buttocks: this is "Charunarikshita" (Lovely Lady in Control).
Enthroned on your penis, she places both hands on the bed and makes love, while you press your two hands to her thudding heart: this is "Lilasana" (Seat of Sport).
She sits upright upon you, her head thrown back like a rearing mare, bringing her feet together on the bed to one side of your body: this is "Hansabandha" (the Swan).
The young woman has one foot on your heart and the other on the bed. Bold, saucy women adore this posture, which is known to the world as "Upavitika" (the Sacred thread).
If, with one of her feet clasped in your hand and the second placed upon your shoulder, your young lady enjoys you, it is "Viparitaka" (Reversed).
If your lover, seated above you with feet lotus-crossed and her body held erect and still makes love to you, it is known as "Yugmapada" (the Foot Yoke).
If she strides you, facing your feet, brings both her feet up to your thighs, and works her hips frantically, it is known as "Hansa-lila" (Swan Sport).
Your lover places one foot on your ankle, lodges her other foot just above your knee, and rides you, swinging and rotating her hips: this is "Garuda" (Garuda).
If you lie flat on your back with legs stretched out and your lover sits astride you, facing away and grasping your feet, it is called "Virsha" (the Bull).
Clasping each other's hands, you lie sprawled like two starfish making love, her breasts stabbing your chest, her thighs stretched out along yours: this is "Devabandha" (the Coitus of the Gods).
Lying upon you, your beloved moves round like a wheel, pressing hands one after the other on the bed, kissing your body as she circles: experts call this "Chakrabandha" (the Wheel).
If, by means of some contraption, your lover suspends herself above you, places your linga in her yoni and pulleys herself up and down upon it, it is "Utkalita" (the Orissan).
I must admit that this is kind of far fetched. However, there is an illustration on the next page depicting this position and showing two women pulling the woman up!!
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