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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And at about the same time in the 16th century, Kalyana-malla, the playwright in the service of Lad Khan, the Lodi sultan at Ayodhya, penned the Anangaranga, an extraordinary work that sought to communicate the history and metaphors of Indian erotic symbolism to a reader who may have greater cultural referents from the Abrahamic world.
Asi, textos como el Kama-sutra (siglo iii) y el Anangaranga (siglos xv-xvi) se tomaron por contenedores de principios tantricos, sin que los traductores o los editores se preocuparan por reflexionar al respecto (MS, pp.
Das Ratirahasya des Kokkoka und der Anangaranga des Kalyanamalla.