Dr.V. Raghavan’s  Publications

  1. Life of Sri Muttuswami Dikshitar (Tamizh and English), 1935.
  2. The Mahabharata – Translation – Condensed 1935-53 -2008 (5 editions).
  3. Srimad Bhagavata – Translation – Condensed 1937-47 -2008 (4 editions).
  4. Prayer, Praises & Psalms – 1938-1955 – 2008 (4 editions).
  5. Mahakavi Sri Bharavi Sukti Mala – 1939.
  6. Mahakavi Sri Kalidasa Subhasitam – 1940.
  7. The Number of Rasas – 1940-75  -2012.
  8. Bhoja’s Srngara Prakasa – 1940-45-61-1978 (3 editions).
  9. The Sangita Sara Sangrahmu – 1940.
  10. Studies on Some concepts of Alankara Sastra – 1942-2012.
  11. Sangita Saramrita of King Tulaja of Tanjore – 1942.
  12. Snusha Vijaya – 1942-43.
  13. Arya Sataka – vyakaya – 1944.
  14. Mahakavi Sri Sudraka Subhasitani – 1944.
  15. Sri Akyasasti of Sridharavenkatesa – 1944.
  16. Rasalila Nama Preksanakam – 1945.
  17. MudraRaksasa Katha of Mahadeva – 1946.
  18. Sri Devi Mahatmyam (Tamil) – 1946.
  19. Kamasudihi (Sanskrit) - 1946.
  20. Gopahampannah (Sanskrit) – 1947.
  21. Akyasastihi Vykyasahita – 1948.
  22. Anandaranga Vijaya Campu (Sanskrit) – 1948.
  23. Devibandi Varadarajah (Sanskrit) – 1948.
  24. The New Catalogues Catogorum – 1949 (Vol-I).
  25. The Amaramandana of Krishnasuri – 1949.
  26. Daya Sataka of Sridhara Venkatesa – 1949.
  27. Mahipo Manuneedhi Cholah (Sanskrit) – 1949.
  28. Kuppuswami Sastri Memorial Volume – 1949.
  29. Varalakshmi Vratam and other Stories (Tamil) – 1950.
  30. The Paryanta Prakasika of Abhinava Gupta – 1951.
  31. Srngara Manjari of Saint Akbarshah – 1951.
  32. Yantras or Mechanical contrivances in Ancient India – 1952.
  33. Sahendra Vilasa of Sridhara Venkatesa – 1952.
  34. Cola Campu of Virupaksa – 1952.
  35. The Social Play in Sanskrit – 1952.
  36. Love in the Poems of Kalidasa – 1952.
  37. A Concordance of Kalidasa’s poems – 1952.
  38. Natakalaksanaratnakosa of Sagaranandin, (Joint), 1952-53.
  39. Yuktidipika on Samkhyakarikas, (Joint) – 1954-55.
  40. Critical Edn. of Soundaryalahari with Commentaries, (Joint) – 1955.
  41. Caturbhani with special references to an Edition of the Padmaprabrtaka, (Joint) – 1955-56.
  42. Study of Sanskrit Literature and Grammar and Collection of materials for Dissertation on Bhagavadajjukiyam, (Joint), 1955 – 56
  43. The Indian Heritage – 1956-1999 (5 editions).
  44. Sanskrit and other Allied Indological Studies in Europe – 1956.
  45. Preksanaka Trayi – Vijayanka, Vikatanitamba, Avantisundari (Sanskrit) - 1956.
  46. Modern Sanskrit Writings – 1956.
  47. Rajaniti in Mahabharata, (Joint) – 1956-57.
  48. Pancaratra Versions, (Joint) – 1956-57.
  49. Sanskrit Prahasanas, (Joint) – 1956 – 57.
  50. Spritual Heritage of Tyagaraja – 1957.
  51. Report of the Sanskrit Commission – 1958.
  52. Sarvadeva Vilasa – 1958.
  53. Lakshmi Svayamvara Nama Preksanaka (Sanskrit) – 1959.
  54. Sri Tyagaraja Mucukunda Sahasra Namavali, Sundaramurti SahasraNamavali and Sri Tyagaraja Namavali – 1959.
  55. Srmad Uccista Ganapati Sahsranamastava – 1959.
  56. Bharatanatya (Tamil) – 1959.
  57. Kadai Kadal (Tamil – Translation) from Kathasarit Sagara – 1959.
  58. Tantra (Joint) – 1959.
  59. The Natakalaksanaratnakosa of Sagaranandin – 1960.
  60. Sanskrit Literature – 1961.
  61. Some Old Lost Rama Plays -1961.
  62. Bharatam Adyatanam Svastanam Ca – 1961.
  63. Asadasya Prathama Divase and Mahasveta – 1961.
  64. Punarunmesah – 1961.
  65. Yoga and Visistadvaita (Joint) – 1961.
  66. Devotional Movements in and around Madras (Joint) – 1961.
  67. Saiva Pujas and Agamas (Joint) – 1961.
  68. The Present Position of Vedic recitation and Sakas – 1962.
  69. Bhoja’s Srngaraprakasa – 1962.
  70. Ahimsa and other Doctrines (Joint) – 1962.
  71. Pancaratra Samhitas (Joint) – 1962-63.
  72. Manuscripts, Catalogues, Editions – 1963.
  73. Adikavi Kavyaprasastayah – 1963.
  74. Sri Vyasaprasastayah – 1963.
  75. Indian Literature and Folk-lore (Joint) – 1963.
  76. Cidambara Mahatmya (Joint) – 1964.
  77. Indological Studies in India – 1964.
  78. Sutasoma Legend (Joint) – 1964.
  79. Padataditaka of Syamilaka (Joint) – 1964.
  80. Malavikagnimitra Act-II with special reference to Malavika’s Dance (Joint) – 1964-65.
  81. South Indian Dance and Dance-Drama (Joint) – 1964-65.
  82. Critical Edition of Krsnakarnamrta (Joint) – 1964-65.
  83. Sanskrit Drama (Joint) – 1964-65.
  84. Sri Narayana Tirtha – 1965.
  85. The Jagadguru – 1965.
  86. The Niti Section of Puranartha – Samgraha of Venkataraya – 1965.
  87. South Indian Music (Joint) – 1965-66.
  88. Role of Ramayana (Joint) – 1965-66.
  89. Malayamaruta – 1966.
  90. Kalidasa – 1966.
  91. The New Catalogus Catalagorum Vol-II – 1966.
  92. Bhagavadajukkiyam of Mahendra Vikrama Pallava – Tamizh Translation – 1966.
  93. Dutavakya of Mahakavi Bhasa – Tamizh translation – 1966.
  94. The Great Integrators : The Saint Singers of India – 1966.
  95. Aditryahrdayam – Tamizh script and translation – 1966.
  96. Kanakadharastotram – Tamizh script and translation – 1966.
  97. Mahisasuramardini Stuti – Tamizh script and translation – 1966.
  98. Samskrta Ravindram – 1966.
  99. Upeyanamaviveka of Upanisad Brahma Yogin – 1966.
  100. Yamaka Kavya, Sourikathodaya (Joint) – 1966.
  101. Dhvanyaloka (Joint) 1966-68.
  102. Indian Culture (Joint) – 1966.
  103. Nrttaratnavali of Jayasenapati – 1967.
  104. Valmikipratibha – Sanskrit version – 1967.
  105. Nati Puja – Sanskrit version – 1967.
  106. Vimukti – 1967.
  107. Kanakavali of Narayanacharya – 1967.
  108. Sri Devi Mahatmya – 1967.
  109. The New Catalogus Catalagorum Vol-III – 1967.
  110. Muruga-Kumara (Joint) – 1967.
  111. History of Saivism (Vedic, Epic, Puranic) (Joint) – 1967-68.
  112. Vaisnavism (Joint) – 1967-68.
  113. Devi Worship (Joint) – 1967-68.
  114. The New Catalogus Catalagorum Vol-IV – 1968.
  115. The New Catalogus Catalagorum Vol-I (Revised Edition) – 1968.
  116. An Introduction to Indian Poetics – 1968.
  117. Contribution in Encyclopaedias and Special Publication – 1968.
  118. Search, Preservation and Publication of Sanskrit Manuscripts – 1968.
  119. Dance, Drama, Music, Sanskrit Literature (18th and 19th Centuries) – 1968.
  120. Agamadambara of Jayanta Bhatta – 1969 (Joint Edition).
  121. Janakiharana of Kumaradasa – 1968 (Joint Edition).
  122. Camatkaracandrika of Visvesvara – 1968 (Joint Edition).
  123. Cambodian Sanskrit Literature – A literary Study – 1968.
  124. A Descriptive Bibliography of Pancaratra Literature – 1968 (Joint Edition).
  125. The Comic Element in Sanskrit Literature – 1968.
  126. Hindu Festivals – 1968.
  127. Concept of the Beautiful in Sanskrit Literature – 1968.
  128. Sanskrit Literature – 1968.
  129. Prataparudravijaya or Vidyanathavidambana – 1969.
  130. Sri Sivagitimala and Ramastapadi – 1969.
  131. Ramayana Triveni – 1970.
  132. An Introduction to Indian Poetics – 1970.
  133. Prataparudriya of Vidyanatha with Ratnapana of Kumarasvamin – 1970.
  134. Subrahmanya Bhujanga Stotra (English Translation) – 1971.
  135. Sri Kamaksi Matrka Stava – 1971.
  136. The Concept of Culture – 1971.
  137. Malayamaruta-II – 1971.
  138. Puspadanta’s Sivamahimna stava (English Translation) – 1972.
  139. Puspadanta’s Sivamahimna stava (Tamizh Translation) -  1972.
  140. Anarkali – 1972.
  141. Sanskrit – Essays on the Value of the language and Literature – 1972.
  142. Rtu in Sanskrit Literature – 1972.
  143. Bhagavadgita – Bhakti, Karma and Jnana Yogas (Tamizh) – 1972.
  144. Malayamaruta-III – 1973.
  145. The Greater Ramayana – 1973.
  146. Studies on Some Concepts of Alankarasastra, Second Revised and Enlarged Edition – 1973.
  147. Natyakalai (Tamizh) – 1974.
  148. Sanskrit and Allied Indian Studies in U.S. – 1974.
  149. Ramayana in Greater India – 1974.
  150. Universal Love and World Unity – 1974.
  151. Prathama-samagama-varnana (Tamizh) – 1974.
  152. Founders of Philosophy – Pub. Division – 1975.
  153. Devotional Poets and Mystics – Part-I&II – 1978.
  154. Cultural Leaders of India-Ramayana, M.Bh and Bhagavata writers – 1979.
  155. Cultural Leaders of India-Seers and Thinkers – 1979.
  156. Cultural Leaders of India – Composers – 1979.
  157. Festivals, Sports and Passtimes of India – 1979.
  158. Sri Muttusvamidiksitacarita Mahakavyam (Sanskrit) – 1980.
  159. Ramayana Tradition in Asia – 1980.
  160. Abhinavagupta and his works – 1981.
  161. On Kalidasa – 1982.
  162. Tyagaraja – 1983.
  163. Concept of the Beautiful in Sanskrit Literature – 1988.
  164. Kavya-Nataka-Samgraha – 2002.
  165. An Anthology on Aspects of Indian Culture – 2002.
  166. Bhoja’s Srngaraprakasa – Critical edition of Sanskrit Text – 2003.
  167. Sanskrit Ramayanas other than Valmiki – 2004.
  168. Splendours of Indian Dance – 2004.
  169. Kavikokila Manjari (Audio CD) – 2005.
  170. Isai katturaigal (Tamizh) – 2008.
  171. Bhoja’s Contribution to Technical Literature – 2006.
  172. Collected  Writings if Indian Music in 3 Vol. – 2007.
  173. Vannamalargal (Tamizh) – 2008.
  174. Studies on Ramayana – 2009.
  175. Readings from Bhagavadgita – 2010.
  176. Uses of Adversity – 2011.
  177. Rabindranath Tagore and Sanskrit Literature – 2012.

Journals Edited

1. Journal of the Music Academy, Madras – 1935-79.
2. Music Academy Series: Texts and Treatises in Sanskrit etc. and songs in notation including the Tamizh Script edition of Sangita Sampradaya Pradarsini.
3. Souvenirs of the Annual Conferences of the Music Academy – 1943-79.
4. Madras University Sanskrit Series – 1952-79.
5. Journal of Oriental Research, The Kuppuswami Sastri Research Institute, Madras – 1939-79.
6. Samskrta Pratibha, Sahitya Akademy, New Delhi – 1959-79.
7. All India Oriental Conference, XX Session, Bhubaneshwar – 1959:

a)Summaries of Papers, 1959.
b)Proceedings and Transactions – 1961-62.
XXI Session, Srinagar – 1961:
a)Summaries of Papers – 1961.
b)Proceedings and Transactions – 1964, 1966.
c)Pandita Parisad, Sanskrit Papers – 1968.

8. Samskrta Ranga Annual, 1958-1967, Souvenirs, 1968.
9. Sanskrit Education Society, Madras, Research Publications.
10. Adyar Library Bulletin (Brahmavidya), Silver Jubilee Vol. 1961.
11. Malayamaruta (Ministry of Education).
12. Samskrta Vimarsa (Ministry of Education).

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