The Female Form
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According to legends ascetics lived in their forest hermitages ( ashram ) in couples ( mithuna ). So I can adduce web versions of the famous Indian epos Ramayana , the very touching story of female loyal love Savitri and Satyavan , the myth on the god of ascetics and his consort Sati & Shiva who lived in the Himalayas — the homeland of Yakshas, and finally the legend of Upagupta: The Buddhist Monk portraying a Mathura sculptor carving sculpture of a beautiful female ascetic. Besides, in Indian mythology in Indian mythology occurs a very common motif of the interruption of an ascetic feat ( tapas ) with a sexual intercourse by a beautiful women.
" Venus figurines " is an umbrella term for a number of prehistoric statuettes of women portrayed with similar physical attributes from the Upper Palaeolithic , mostly found in Europe , but with finds as far east as Irkutsk Oblast , Siberia , extending their distribution to much of Eurasia , from the Pyrenees to Lake Baikal . Most of them date to the Gravettian period, but there are a number of early examples from the Aurignacian , including the Venus of Hohle Fels , discovered in 2008, carbon dated to at least 35,000 years ago, and late examples of the Magdalenian , such as the Venus of Monruz , aged about 11,000 years.
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