Android app on Google Play iPhone app Download from Windows Store

 

3.3

Of Congress

Men and women, being, according to the above measurements, of three several divisions, it results that there are nine conditions under which congress takes place. Of these, however, four, being unusual, may be neglected, and attention is required only for the five following:

1. Samana is when the proportions of both lovers arc alike and equal; hence there is plenary satisfaction to both.

2. Uchha is that excess of proportion in the man which renders congress hard and difficult and therefore does not content the woman.

3. Nichha, meaning literally hollow or low, and metaphorically when the man is deficient in size, gives but little contentment to either lover.

4. Anti-uchha is an exaggeration of Uchha; and

5. Anti-nichha is an exaggeration of Nichha.

The following table divides the congress of the several dimensions into three categories; which are respectively entitled Uttama, the best; Madhyama, the middling; and Kanishtha, the worst.

From an inspection of these tables, it is abundantly evident that the greatest happiness consist in the correspondence of dimensions, and that the discomfort increases with the ratio of difference. And of this fact the reason is palpable.

Table VIII

Applicable to the Shasha, or Hare-man

Dimensional Names

Actual dimensions of members

Category

Shasha
Mrigi

6 fingers long
6 fingers deep

Uttama

Shasha
Vadva or
Asvini

6 fingers long
9 fingers deep

Madhyama

Shasha
Karini

6 fingers long
12 fingers deep

Kanishtha

Table IX

Applicable to the Vrishabha, or Bull-man

Dimensional Names

Actual dimensions of members

Category

Ashva
Karini

12 fingers long
12 fingers deep

Uttama

Ashva
Asvini

12 fingers long
9 fingers deep

Madhyama

Ashva
Harini

12 fingers long
6 fingers deep

Kanishtha


Table X

Applicable to the Ashwa, or Horse-man

Dimensional Names

Actual dimensions of members

Category

Ashva
Karini

12 fingers long
12 fingers deep

Uttama

Ashva
Ashvini

12 fingers long
9 fingers deep

Madhyama

Ashva
Harini

12 fingers long
6 fingers deep

Kanishtha

There are three species of vermicules bred by blood in the Yoni 2 and these are either Sukshma (small), Madhyama (middling), or Adhikabala (large). In their several proportions they produce a prurience and titillation, wherefrom springs that carnal desire which is caused to cease only by congress. And thus it is that a Linga of small dimensions fails to satisfy. On the other hand, excess of length offends the delicacy of the parts, and produces pain rather than pleasure. But the proportion of enjoyment arises from the exact adaptation of the Linga, especially when the diameter agrees with the extension, and when the vigour of tension enables the husband to turn his mind towards the usual arts which bring women under subjection.