This deck is of the high quality you would expect from Lo Scarabeo. The Little White Book explains the purpose, design and artwork of the deck. Of the design it mentions that it was not possible to mesh tightly with the original literary work. So, the artwork is drawn in the style and character frequently found in the Kamasutra. It looks similar to what I have seen in books but not exactly.
The LWB has this to say about the illustrations: "The artwork for this deck poses at least three challenges to Westerners:
- The illustrations depict graphic sexual acts.
- The illustrations reflect authentic fourth and fifth century attitudes toward gender and sex.
- The illustrations reward careful study"
Then finally it explains how to use the cards as a tool for enlightenment. It goes into unusual detail and invokes ritual and symbolism. I haven't tried this divination yet.
The cards only have a few words to explain their meaning, Most use standard Morgan-Greer interpretations. It does associate each suit to sexual positions between the male and female. The swords and cups depict one or both partners kneeling or crouching. Cups place the woman in superior position, the swords have the man in superior position. Some of the cards are difficult, at first glance, to connect all the limbs to their true owners. The LWB suggests you don't try to reenact these acrobatics.
I would suggest getting the original masterpiece with illustrations if you don't already have it. One more thing that is missing is any explanation of Kama, Dharma, Artha, and Moksha in the LWB, yet the outside of the box says they are the names of the suits. Maybe I missed something.