About Dr P K Gupta

About Dr. P.K. Gupta, Sex Specialist in Delhi

Dr. P. K. Gupta is one of the best sex specialist in Delhi, India. He is the director of Dr. P.K. Gupta’s Super Speciality Clinic in Karol Bagh, New Delhi (India) and ranks among one of leading sexologist clinic in Delhi. He is having medical Qualification M.B.B.S., M.D., P.G.D.S.(Sexual Medicine- America) & is also member council of Sex Education & Parenthood (International).

He has also formerly been a part of Ram Manohar Lohia Hospital (Central Government) and G.B. Pant Super Specialty Hospital, Maulana Azad Medical College, Delhi Govt.


Dr. P. K. Gupta, Sex Specialist Doctor in Delhi

  • M.B.B.S., M.D., P.G.D.S.(Sexual Medicine)
  • Member Council of Sex Education & Parenthood (International).

Consultant Senior Sexologist in Delhi


  • Senior Resident, S.G.M. Hospital, Delhi, Govt.
  • Dr. Ram Manohar Lohia, Central Govt.
  • G.B. – Pant Hospital – Maulana Azad Medical College, Delhi Govt..

Over a period of his medical career, Dr. P. K. Gupta who is a super specialist in the field of sexology and sexual health is very much interested in creating awareness about sexual life in Indian society. He runs one of the best sex clinic in Delhi. He continuously participates in activities regarding the development of sexology (sexual medicine) that are organized by various societies, organization, forums, and institutions of Reproductive and Sexual Health Experts. His patients are enjoying a happy sexual and social life after treatment. Many of his patients quoted him as “BEST SEXOLOGIST/MOST QUALIFIED SEXOLOGIST/GOOD PROFILE SEXOLOGIST/ BEST DOCTOR WORKING IN SEXUAL AWARENESS”. He is very thankful for these comments. His motto is “ENJOYABLE AND APPRECIABLE SEXUAL HEALTH FOR EVERY ONE”. According to him, SEXERCISE (sex as enjoyable exercise) is a must for every one to attain positive sexual. Dr. Pk Gupta is theĀ best sexologist in Delhi India and he is doing all the treatment-related sex problems.

As the best sex doctor in Delhi, Dr. P. K. Gupta is getting patient for reproductive and sexual health-related problems from all over Delhi, all over India and from Western and Arabian countries.

Sex is not the answer. Sex is the question. “Yes” is the answer.

India played a significant role in the history of sex. It may be argued that India pioneered the use of sexual education through in common people and powerful rulers. With people in power often indulging in hedonistic lifestyles that were not representative of common moral attitudes.

The first evidence of attitudes towards sex comes from the ancient texts of Hinduism, Buddhism, and Jainism which are the most ancient texts, the Vedas which reveal moral perspectives on sexuality, marriage and fertility prayers. Sex magic featured in numbers of Vedic sex rituals, most significantly in asvameda yajna, where the chief queen lying with the dead horse in a stimulated sexual act, clearly a fertility rite intended to safeguard and increase the kingdom productivity and marital prowess.

These text support the view that in ancient India, sex was considered a mutual duty between a married couple, where husband and wife pleasured each other equally but where sex was considered a private affair, at least by followers of the aforementioned Indian regions. It seems that polygamy(sex with multiple partners) was allowed during ancient times. In practice, this seems to have only been practiced by rulers with common people maintaining a monogamous marriage(sex with a single partner).

India as a whole has a diverse set of sexual behaviors as any other society, such as lesbian, gays, bisexuals, transgenders, and others.

The most publicly known sexual literature of India is the texts of sixty-four arts of love, passion, and pleasure. Kamasutra, the version by Vatsyayana, is one of the well-known survivors and was first translated in English by Sir Richard Burton and F.F. Arbuthnot. Kamasutra is now perhaps the most prolific secular text in the world. It details the way in which partners should pleasure sex with each other within a marital relationship.

Within certain schools of Indian Philosophy, such as tantra, emphasis in sex as a sacred duty or even path of spiritual enlightenment or yogic balance is greatly emphasized.

In modern India, a renaissance of sexual liberalism has occurred amongst the well educated urban population but there is still discrimination and forced marriage incidents amongst the poor.