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The seeming contradictions of Indian attitudes towards sex can be best explained through the context of history.India played a role in the history of sex, from writing the first literature that treated sexual intercourse as a science, to in modern times being the origin of the philosophical focus of new-age groups' attitudes on sex.It may be argued that India pioneered the use of sexual education through art and literature.As in all societies, there was a difference in sexual practices in India between common people and powerful rulers, with people in power often indulging in hedonistic lifestyles that were not representative of common moral attitudes.The origins of the current Indian culture can be traced back to the Indus Valley civilisation, which was contemporaneous with the ancient Egyptian and Sumerian civilisations, around 5500 years ago.

During this period, there is not much known about the social views towards sex.One thing that has been observed about sexuality in the Indus Valley civilisation, is the practice of fertility rituals.The first evidence of attitudes towards sex comes from the ancient texts of Hinduism, Buddhism.These most ancient texts, the Vedas, reveal moral perspectives on sexuality, marriage and fertility prayers.The epics of ancient India, the Ramayana and Mahabharata, which may have been first composed as early as 1500 BCE, had a huge effect on the culture of Asia, influencing later Chinese, Japanese, Tibetan and South East Asian culture.These texts support the view that in ancient India, sex was considered a mutual duty between a married couple, where husband and wife pleasured each other equally, but where sex was considered a private affair, at least by followers of the aforementioned Indian religions.