Vaishinkam

Pratham Adhyay, Dwitiya adhyay , Tritiya adhyaya, Pancham adhyay, Shastam adhyay

Pratham Adhyay (Shashtham Adhikaran):-

A prostitute should remain in make up. Looking towards the men passing on the road is necessary for her. She should sit on such a place where she can be seen easily by the people but she should not sit by becoming nude completely because prostitution is like the things which are sold in the market..........................

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Dwitiya adhyay (Kantanuvut prakaran):-

The concise character of a prostitute is that she should not attract towards his lover but she should behave with him as she loves him very much iz she is enamored towards him............................

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Tritiya adhyaya (Arthagamopay prakaran):-

Acharya vatsyayan says that if the prostitute wants more money with her customer than the fixed amount, she should make plans for it by which she can get double money than the fixed amount............................

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Chaturtha adhayay (Vishrin prati sandahan prakran):-

If the lover has been pushed away due to poverty and wickedness, the harlot should not make relation with him because establishing sexual relation with him is not good for a harlot...........................

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Pancham adhyay (Labh vishesh prakaran):-

If a large number of customers arrive to a harlot for establishing sexual relation, they compete to one other. In this way, income of a harlot gets increased. Therefore, a harlot should not make sexual relation to a particular man but she should make sexual relation to new man everyday.............................

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Shastam adhyay (Arthadivichar prakaran):-

Such kinds of unfavorable conditions take birth because of harlots’ suspicions, excessive love for their lover, too much proud and belief, excessive anger, too much enjoyment, doing any deed without contemplating and misfortune.............................

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