In ancient India, people's views towards sex were more open today. These hesitation and shame about sex started in India a few centuries ago. But ideas about sex were not always like this. In ancient India, sexual relations were talked about openly. This was the reason that the first treatise on the subject of sex 'Kamasutra' was written in India in the second century itself. But discipline for sex was also strong, because sex is not only physical but also associated with mental pleasure. Today we are going to tell you 5 such rules.
1- If a man has sex in the first 4 days after the onset of a woman's period, then she may be a victim of some disease. According to ancient rules, one should not have sex during periods. It is considered good to have sex on the fifth, sixth, twelfth, fourteenth and sixteenth days.
2- According to the Bahm Vaivarta Purana, there should be no meeting of man and woman during the day and morning and evening worship. It should also be kept in mind that sex should not be done even during an eclipse, sunrise, sunset, death, Shravan month, Nakshatra, Diwakal, Bhadra, Shraddha, Amavasya. It is also considered to be the destroying act of virtue.
3- In ancient times, any man and woman were prohibited from having sex with anyone other than their spouse. It was considered an immoral act. It has also been told that those who violate these rules regret their whole life.
4- Pregnant woman should not have sex during pregnancy. By doing this, there is a risk of causing crippling children.
5- Sex is prohibited in places like sacred trees, cremation grounds, holy places, gurukuls, hospitals. If a person does this, then he has to struggle with terrible diseases throughout his life.