CONTENTS:- 1. A word on sexual secrecy. 2. Fresh budding of the flower of love. 3. Reproduction. 4. Organs of reproduction. 5. Puberty, adolescence, and virility. 6. Sexual hygiene: A. natural life, self prostitution. 7. Sexual hygiene: B. legalized-prostitution. 8. Sexual hygiene: C. unlegalized-prostitution. 9. Sexual hygiene sub-voluntary unnatural sexual life. 10. Brahmacharya: importance of Virya. 11. Brahmacharya: nemesis of procreation. 12. Brahmacharya: the wisdom of the Rishis.
Sexual science reached the stage of perfection in ancient Aryavart long before the time when the ancestors of the present day civilized nations of Europe were groping in darkness and did not know even how to clothe themselves. Sexual purity was the sine qua non of human culture and marriage was considered in theory and practice a sacrament and the act of procreation was one of three religious debts which every householder was bound to discharge. The Brihadaranyak Upanishad calls the Garbhadhan Vidha a Yajya of the highest sanctity and lays down elaborate rules for its performance, which lay-minds of the highest modern culture, like the late Professor Max Muller, even did not dare to translate in English for fear of the so called civilized perverted public opinion of the day.