Hinduism seems to be the oldest supporter and spreader of Celibacy. But as far as my little readings are concerned, Hinduism doesn’t distinguish the sexual desire from other material desires, it just talks about all human desires and asks the believer to renounce it (but doesn’t tell how).
I’m looking for something, something original like Vedas, Shri MadBhagvatam, Puranas where celibacy is delineated. Hinduism talks about the senselessness of the body, it says sex desire is the desire of want of body but body is unreal and is made up of all the bad material things one shouldn’t go after them, I want a detailed view of Hinduism on sexual desires and how the ancient sages attained celibacy (I think the sage Vishwamitra once got seduced by a heavenly singer).
What Hinduism has to say about body and sexual desire? Does it have the same concept (with different words) that it’s all about dopamine and release of good-feeling hormones during orgasm?