By Kyle Smith. The Kamasutra, written by the Hindu philosopher Vatsayana sometime in the 3rd century, was so far ahead of its time that even hundreds of years later, its words carried far too many sexually revolutionary ideas — frank, gender-fluid, unabashedly celebratory of the sensuous — for it to appear uncensored before the public eye. Some of the sex-positive aspects of the book were missed or toned down by Burton. He sits down on her right side and touches her hair, the fringe of her sari and the knot of her waistband.
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The Kama Sutra is an ancient Indian Hindu text considered the standard work on love in Sanskrit literature written by Vatsyayana. See the Wikipedia article on the Kama Sutra. The positions mentioned in the Kama Sutra are covered in this section. The Kama Sutra consists of seven parts, but only part two covers sex positions.
Hindu views of homosexuality and, in general, LGBT lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender issues, are diverse and different Hindu groups have distinct views. Although some Hindu dharmic texts contain injunctions against homosexuality, a number of Hindu mythic stories have portrayed homosexual experience as natural and joyful,  and there are several Hindu temples which have carvings that depict both men and women engaging in homosexual acts. In , the Hindu Council of the United Kingdom issued a statement that "Hinduism does not condemn homosexuality," subsequent to the decision of the Delhi High Court to legalise homosexuality in India.