The Cobra

The Cobra

He is a perfect man, educated, rich and respected by all. Only his wife knows his weakness. Valiant and skilful at all sorts of games, he lacks vigour in those of love. So she gives him potions to drink, milk mixed with sugar, uchchata root, pepper and liquorice. Or rice with sparrow's eggs. She covers herself with perfumed unguents and oils and, with skilful caresses, awakens the lazy lingam. Erect from her hisses, it is eventually ready to act. Then, like a snake, the beauty turns around, slithers and coils up among the cushions. The husband did not expect this reversal of the situation. He is all excited now. Blindly, his lingam searches for the yoni. It is the coupling of the cobra.

If, sitting facing her,
you grasp her ankles and fasten them like a chain
behind your neck, and she
grips her toes as you make love,
it is the delightful
Padma (the Lotus).

Learn more about The Kama Sutra of Vatsyayana.

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