For the clued up reader, those similarities between the Hindu social
life of a bygone era and of today's, so keenly detailed throughout
the treatises of Kama Sutra, will likely to bring our backs up.
The author describes social venues and get together dinner parties
in that indoor games and fanfares all nightlong. All copiously relished
with plenty of booze and top noshes, meanwhile guessing games and
knowledge quizzes along with read outs of verses would keep guests
entertained 'till they drop, much like today's. Rendezvous likewise,
promoting social interaction in a an ambiance provided and supported
by its own social sphere.
with professionally hectically lifestyles or religiously most
commonly. Thus both societal and familial expectations or impositions
would share hands down common ground between our modern society
and the Hindu's, albeit in their respective contexts.
showed being ahead of his time, as pondering over the timing required
by each relation. A relationship can easily loose momentum if
faced by an emotionally lagging investment, whereas hastily attempting
to put the wheels of notion into motion, would only forcibly create
a premature intimacy. Furthering to leave behind significant phases
all extremely relevant and up to speed, surprisingly as the author
took the trouble of writing about it so long ago. He stated conclusively
that to build up a relationship with another person however treacherously
demanding ought to be as exciting as pleasant and implies in willing