Love or sensual desire in the sense of Kama, in the Vedic cosmogony, is an essential power in the process of creation and knowledge. It is also the sensual power of self-realization, the erotic being, the desire for all desires. Written in Sanskrit, in northeast India, probably in the 2nd or 3rd century, this little book is both a manual of erotic practice and a philosophical work of which Europeans rediscovered attractiveness, strangeness and originality at the end of the 19th century. In the lovely recently published French translation by Frédéric Boyer, Kâmasûtra, Exactement comme un cheval fou, we invite you to hear extracts from this mysterious and deep book that we believe to be wrongly known. No better place than the Aedaen Hidden Bar (Bar caché) could host such an unveiling of desire.