The Hinduism is not only a religion but it is also a philosophy, not only a religion and philosophy, but it is a way of life.
The Hindu shastras meaning scriptures shows the correct way as how to lead a successful life for every man and woman
There is a wrong notion that Hinduism hates the Sexual intercourse and compels everybody to hate the art of sex.
Maharishi Vatsayana in his kama sutra (The art of Sex) describes everything about sex in a beautiful manner.
According to the Hindu Shastras the women are of four types.
Padmini ( The Lotus girl), Chitrini (elegant girl), Sankhini (the tall girl) and Hastini (Elephant girl).
It is very rare to see a Padmini.
Draupadi, Ahalya, Anusuya, Sita are all of Padmini type.
Similarly we have types of men and poses in the art of Love.
The Hindu kings patronized poets in their courts. And these poets are well versed with the Kama Sastra (The Science of Sex) and used to compose love poems to please the king.
The people of the world should first read Kama Sutra of Vatsayana before marriage.
King Bhoja maharaja has written many books. He is a very great Sanskrit scholar. He has been credited with works of every branch of knowledge. It is learnt that he has written at least 84 books according to Ajada who has written a commentary on his book ‘Saraswathikantabharana’.
Sringara Prakasa is a beautiful book about the art of Love, written by him.
In this wonderful book we have 36 chapters.
Bhoja in his eleventh chapter deals with Love.
According to Bhoja Sringara rasa – Prema – Love is the only Rasa. And 49 Bhavas are born out of this Sringara.
The love is of 64 kinds. They are Abhilasa, Akanksa, Apeksha, Utkantha, Ipsa, Lipsa, Iccha, Vancha, Trsna, Lalasa, Sprha, Laulya, Gardha, Sraddha, Ruci, Dohada, Asa, Asis, Asamsa, Manoratha, Astha, Abhinivesa, Anubandha, Agraha, Vimarsa, Manisa, Abhiparaya, Paksapada, Lobha, Asanga, Abisvanga, Sakti, Moha, Akuta, Kuthuhala, Vismaya, Raga, Vega, Ashyavasaya, Vyavasaya, Kamana, Vasana, Smarana, Sankalpa, Bhava, Rasa hasa, Rati, Priti, Dakshinya, Anugraha, Vatsalya, Anukrosa, Visvasa, Visramba, Vasikara, Pranaya, Prapti, Paryapti, Samapti, Abhimanapti, Sneha, Prema, Ahlada and Nivrti.