The Kamasutra of Vatsyayana is a treatise on the art of sensual pleasure and was translated into English for the first time by an Indian archaeologist called Bhagawanlal Indraji and published by Sir Richard Burton in 1883. The term 'Kamasutra' is a combination of two Sanskrit words--'Kama' or sensual pleasure and 'sutra' which literally means 'string'.
5 June 1969 (West Germany)
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