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The Kama Sutra in Pop-up: 6 Paper-engineered Variations by Sir Richard Francis Burton, F.F. Arbuthnot (Hardback, 2003)(UK version)

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The Kama Sutra is a Hindu treatise on the art of love, composed sometime during the 1st and 4th centuries AD. Written in Sanskrit, it is attributed to Vatsyayana, also known as Mallanaga. 'Kama' is the Hindu word for love, pleasure, and sensual gratification; and 'sutra' are aphorisms.

Key Features
Author(s)F.F. Arbuthnot, Sir Richard Francis Burton
PublisherAnova Books
Date of Publication08/10/2003
GenreSex & Sexuality

Publication Data
Place of PublicationLondon
Country of PublicationUnited Kingdom
ImprintCollins & Brown
Content NoteOver 30 pop-ups

Weight863 g
Width113 mm
Height166 mm
Spine20 mm

Editorial Details
Format DetailsPop-up book

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