Ratirahasya Koka Shastra: The Hindu Secrets of Love

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THE CLASSIFICATION OF WOMEN

May the God of Love, who vanquished the three worlds with the help of a woman and whose life was many-splendoured, grant you all your wishes.

He is ever-victorious-that God of Love, born in the mind, the Moon’s friend, the abode of all happiness, and whose onslaught brooks no resistance.

He is the anchorage of pleasure-loving men, and the vanquisher of Tripura (Shiva) for although Shiva burnt him to ashes with the fire from his eye, he forcibly and instantly transformed Shiva into the form of half-man and half-woman.

Benediction too for the lofty and unexceptionable accouterments of that unassailable God.

He has bees as his retinue, koels (cackoos) to sing his panegyrics, the Moon as his royal canopy, the fragrant breeze from the mount

Malaya to serve as his frenzied elephant-mount, the delicate limbs of a woman to act as his bowstring and her coquettish glances as his arrows.

Love is born in the minds of men and comes to tyrannize the whole world. Oh learned men, pray listen closely to this literary masterpiece which, like a lamp, illumines the Art of Love.

It is composed by the poet Kokkoka to satisfy the curiosity of King Vainyadatta.

Keeping my mind firmly on the subject, I have endeavored to glean the essence of learning by referring to the ancient sages again and again, and milking the cow of learning and churning the milk of their wisdom.

This quintessence of learning is delicious and wholesome, and fit to be exercised in the enjoyment of youthful beauty. Indeed, even the Gods have accepted this.

So you, distinguished men of learning, may also enjoy its benefits.

The object of the Art of Love is, in the first place, to win the affection of an unattached woman: having won it, then to enjoy it, and have enjoyed it, to perpetuate and enhance its enjoyment.

In the lives of men, so transitory and evanescent that they are like water drops falling off the caves of houses, only one essential happiness in its fullest and complete form is considered worthwhile, and that is the fulfillment of the human senses.

Which fool can ignore the subtleties and mysteries of the Art of Love and yet enjoy this happiness, which is akin to the highest happiness resulting from the realization of the Absolute

What can a monkey do with coconut when he finds one? (Nothing. unless he knows how to break it and discover its kernel.)

Similarly, a man who is unfamiliar with the details of the Art of Love, such as women’s infinite variety. (Harini, etc.), their natural traits (sluggishness, etc.),

THE HARE TYPE OF MAN

Men of the hare type have large and reddish eyes, small and even teeth, round faces, and are generally quite well-dressed.

Their fingers are well-shaped and pinkish, their voices charming, their hair very soft and their necks not too long. They are anxious for physical union. Their thighs, knees, feet, hips, and arms are thin and small.

They eat in moderation and do not suffer from too much pride.

They favor brief physical unions, are neat and clean in their habits, wealthy and dignified. Their fluid is fragrant and they have a pleasant and joyful disposition.

(The reference to the size of the phallus in Ayama is conspicuous by its absence).

THE BULL TYPE OF MAN

Men of the bull type have large and erect heads, broad mouths and foreheads, thick necks and ears, bellies like those of tortoises.

They are generally corpulent, with noticeably long arms reaching down to their sides. Their palms are reddish, their eyes resemble lotus petals, and their eyelashes are steady.

They have a disposition that is honest, good, true, and sincere.

Their gait is like a romping lion’s and their voices soft. They can endure pain, are, by nature, generous, sleepy, unabashed, and phlegmatic.

They have strong appetites, and their bodies have more marrow and more acidity

Chapter 4

GENERAL CHARACTERISTICS

B. Classification According Cording To Avastha Or Age

A woman under the age of sixteen years is classified as Bala or maiden; thereafter, up to her thirtieth year she is Taruni or a young woman; from the thirty-first to fifty-fifth year she is Praudha or middle-aged, and beyond this age, she is declared Vriddha or old.

Also, if a woman is tall, dark, slim, and low or narrow-waisted, and indulges in unions very sparingly, she is classified as Shlatha, while if a woman is fast, fair, and short, broad-waisted, and ever keen for unions, she is Ghana.

When a woman combines some qualities from each of these two categories, she belongs to the medium category.

Again, the distinguishing feature of both the Bala and the Ghana types is that they greatly enjoy detumescence, while that of the Praudha and Shlatha types is that they yearn for tumescence.

(A woman classified as Taruni is also Ghana and hence is not specifically mentioned).

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