The Ratirahasya


The Ratirahasya

from 280.00

Estimated to have been written in the 11th or 12th Century, the Ratirahasya, written by Kokkoka, is argued to be an updated version of the Karma Sutra to reflect the more conservative nature of the medieval times in India. This award-winning photo series that has been described by LensCulture to be, “a body of work that has distinct political and social relevance in this day and age,” aimed to question some of the restrictive texts written about women in the Ratirahasya.

This is a numbered limited edition print. All orders will come with a certificate of authenticity and signature by photographer.


All Fine Art prints are printed with a 1-inch border by default. 
Do note that Fine Art papers are slightly off-white
Printed on 320gsm archival paper

Size & Pricing:

A3 - S$ 280

A2 - S$ 380

For all other sizes and custom orders please drop an email at


To ensure each print maintains high quality standards, prints are first curated and then shipped out. Therefore, delivery time may take between 3 to 8 weeks (depending on location).


Due to the nature of this sale, return of any prints or refunds is not applicable. However, in the event that you need to contact us regarding a defect, please email at with the necessary details WITHIN 30 DAYS of receiving your order. If the defect is due to production errors, a replacement will be sent. Bedtime Tales Inc. - The Art of Jasbir John Singh will not be held responsible for any  defects reported later than the given duration.


Bedtime Tales Inc. - The Art of Jasbir John Singh is not responsible for any consumer-generated mistakes. Please be sure to preview your prints carefully before placing your order.

Print may appear slightly different in color than on screen due to varying factors that are highly subjective and beyond our control.

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