Partial List of Published Works
- Paratrisikavivarana with Hindi translation and commentary, Motilal Banarsidass, New Delhi. (1985).
- Spandakarika with Kallata's vrtti translated into Hindi with commentary, Motilal Banarsidass, New Delhi. (1981).
- Harsesvaramahatmayam translated into English with detailed annotations, Penman Publishers, Delhi. (2000).
- Parmarthasara with Hindi translation of Yogaraja's commentary with an elaborate introduction, Penman Publishers, Delhi. (2004).
- Sambapancasika with Ksemaraja's commentary translated into Hindi, Penman Publishers, Delhi. (2002)
- Sivastotravali of Utpaladeva with Ksemaraja's commentary and Hindi translation by Swami Lakshman Joo. Edited by Nilkanth Gurtoo, Ishwar Ashram Trust, Srinagar (Kashmir).
- Parapravesika of Ksemaraja explained into Kashmiri and edited by Makhanlal Kukiloo, Ishwar Ashram Trust, Srinagar, Kashmir. (1996).
- Kashmira-saiva-darsana-brhat-kosa (in two volumes) (edited jointly with Prof Yashpal Khajuriya and Prof Balajinnath Pandit). Rashtriya Sanskrit Sansthan, Jammu (J&K). (2001-2005).
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