Kama Sutra - Feminine Pleasure treats the subject of female sexuality with rare insight. It revisits Vatsyayana’s masterpiece to underscore the relevance of its liberal approach to feminine sexuality; to reiterate the need to recognize the role played by women in society, and above all to uphold the right of women to celebrate their sexuality in myriad forms.
About the Author:
Ganesh Saili was born in the foothills of Mussoorie set against the magical Himalayan ranges in India. For over thirty years, he has written numerous books, and contributed extensively on a range of subjects to prestigious journals in India and abroad. Amongst his many books, Kama Sutra: The Amorous Man and The Sensuous Woman has been translated into 21 languages worldwide. In Kama Sutra -- Feminine Pleasure, he explores the fascinating world of feminine pleasure as understood by Vatsyayana in the Kama Sutra, the fountainhead of love that remains as relevant today as it was two thousand years ago. Ganesh teaches English and American literature at Mussoories Post-Graduate College.