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would probably keep close together, and if she is a very young girl, he
should first get his hands upon her breasts, which she would probably
cover with her own hands, and under her armpits and on her neck. If
however she is a seasoned woman, he should do whatever is agreeable
either to him or to her, and whatever is fitting for the occasion. After
this he should take hold of her hair, and hold her chin in his fingers
for the purpose of kissing her. On this, if she is a young girl, she
will become bashful and close her eyes. Any how he should gather from
the action of the woman what things would be pleasing to her during
Here Suvarnanabha says that while a man is doing to the woman what he
likes best during congress, he should always make a point of pressing
those parts of her body on which she turns her eyes.
The signs of the enjoyment and satisfaction of the women are as follows:
her body relaxes, she closes her eyes, she puts aside all bashfulness,
and shows increased willingness to unite the two organs as closely
together as possible. On the other hand, the signs of her want of
enjoyment and of failing to be satisfied are as follows: she shakes her
hands, she does not let the man get up, feels dejected, bites the man,
kicks him, and continues to go on moving after the man has finished. In
such cases the man should rub the yoni of the woman with his hand and
fingers (as the elephant rubs anything with his trunk) before engaging
in congress, until it is softened, and after that is done he should
proceed to put his lingam into her.
The acts to be done by the man are:
Friction or churning.
Giving a blow.
The blow of a boar.
The blow of a bull.
The sporting of a sparrow.
(1). When the organs are brought together properly and directly it is
called "moving the organ forward."
(2). When the lingam is held with the hand, and turned all round in the
yoni, it is called "churning."
(3). When the yoni is lowered, and the upper part of it is struck with
the lingam, it is called "piercing."
(4). When the same thing is done on the lower part of the yoni, it is
(5). When the yoni is pressed by the lingam for a long time, it is
(6). When the lingam is removed to some distance from the yoni, and then
forcibly strikes it, it is called "giving a blow."
(7). When only one part of the yoni is rubbed with the lingam, it is
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