Sunday, August 08, 2010

'Kama Sutra' gets an audiobook...

The classic 1600-year-old Indian guide to sex and human relations, the Kama Sutra, is available as an audiobook for the first time. The news was announced August 4 by publisher Beautiful Books, which is now selling the title for download on its website.

The Kama Sutra uses the text of an ancient Indian Hindu script ascribed to Mallanaga Vatsyayana, who originally wrote it for India's Warrior caste. In 1883 the first English translation was published under the guidance of the Victorian Imperialist explorer Richard Burton. More...

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