This is the first time that these illustrations from The Kama Sutra have been made available as colourable artwork
The Kama Sutra has thrilled and fascinated western readers since the book was first translated and made available in a small privately printed version in 1883 by noted orientalist and author Sir Richard Francis Burton.This ancient Hindu text, written by Vatsyayana, gives practical advice in prose and poetry on the four goals of Hinduism.Originally the work was un-illustrated, but later editions have included wonderful detailed drawings showing a variety of tantric conjugations with incredible backdrops of Indian palaces and gardens.Now, for the first time, a carefully chosen selection of illustrations from The Kama Sutra have been redrawn especially for the reader and aspiring artist to colour for their entertainment and enjoyment.
"If you're looking for a steamy colouring-in session, or maybe just a fun stocking filler for your pals (or lover) this Christmas, it ticks all the boxes. And hey, you might even learn something new."-- "Huffington Post UK" "If you're wondering what to give your SO (or yourself) for Christmas, look no further. A Kama Sutra colouring book is now available to satisfy both your artistic and sexual needs...get your pencils ready."-- "Metro"