Ananga Ranga


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Ananga Ranga

An Indian love manual written by Kalyana malla in the 15th or 16th century with the intention of preventing the separation of a husband and wife.
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Segun el Ananga Ranga, el orgasmo en la mujer es cuando su aliento ha caducado en sollozos o suspiros, "te deslizas en la nada, con los ojos cerrados".
The ancient Greeks wrote a lot of sexual poetry and the well known sex manuals, the Kama Sutra and the Ananga Ranga, were written thousands of years ago.
Shashank Samak coined the term, based on the Poornachandra Nadi spot described in the Ananga Ranga, a 16th-century Sanskrit text.
The Ananga Ranga requires the couple to use their imagination in such a way that they mimic the erotic stimulation of finding a new partner.