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“Wrought and quenched, and cast high-tin bronzes to Kerala State, India”. The Journal of the Historical Metallurgy Society 29: 69–87. http://eprints.nias.res.in/608/.. 1995.
“Vijayanagara Era Narasimha Bronzes and Sculpture: Digital Iconometry”. In Digital Hampi: Preserving Indian Cultural Heritage, Digital Hampi: Preserving Indian Cultural Heritage, Singapore: Springer. https://link.springer.com/book/10.1007%2F978-981-10-5738-0.. 2017.
“The use of tin and bronze in prehistoric South Indian metallurgy”. JOM: The Journal of Minerals, Metals 50: 44–49. http://eprints.nias.res.in/332/.. 1998.
“Ultrahigh-carbon "wootz' from Crucible Carburization of Molten Iron: Hypereutectoid Steel from "Tamil Nadu Process" at Mel-siruvalur”. Materials and Manufacturing Processes.. 2017.
“Ultra-high carbon steels and high-tin bronzes: Insights into mechanical properties and processing from Indian traditional knowledge”. In ICSMA-16, 16th International Conference on Strength of Materials, ICSMA-16, 16th International Conference on Strength of Materials, , 57. http://eprints.nias.res.in/550/.. 2012.
“Traditional Techniques of Gold Jewellery: A Case Study of Devakottai,Tamil Nadu”. Journal of the Centre for Heritage Studies 1.. 2018.
“Thermographical Analysis of Continuing Tradition of Mirror Casting in Kerala”. ISIJ International 54: 1172–1176. http://eprints.nias.res.in/628/.. 2014.
“Techno-cultural perspectives on medieval Southeast Asia and Southern India: Pallava bronzes and beyond”. In Materializing Southeast Asia's Past: Selected Papers from the 12th International Conference of the European Association of Southeast Asian Archaeologists, Materializing Southeast Asia's Past: Selected Papers from the 12th International Conference of the European Association of Southeast Asian Archaeologists, . Singapore: NUS Press, 167–178. http://eprints.nias.res.in/357/.. 2013.
“Techniques of Bronze Casting”. In Ecstacy of Classical Art: Indian Bronzes, Ecstacy of Classical Art: Indian Bronzes, New Delhi : National Museum Collection, National Museum, 20-36 .. 2016.
“Tamil Chola Bronzes and Swamimalai Legacy: Metal Sources and Archaeotechnology”. The Journal of The Minerals, Metals and Materials Society (TMS) 68: 1-15. http://eprints.nias.res.in/1084/.. 2016.
“Swamimalai bronze casting: Chola traditions and changing parameters”. Camp - ISIJ 25: 816–820. http://eprints.nias.res.in/591/.. 2012.
“South Indian Iron Age iron and high carbon steel: with reference to Kadebakele and comparative insights from Mel-siruvalur”. In Metallurgy and Civilisation: Eurasia and Beyond, Metallurgy and Civilisation: Eurasia and Beyond, . London: Archetype Books, 116–122. http://eprints.nias.res.in/326/.. 2009.
“Social History of Indian metalcrafts: Some archaeometallurgical and ethnoarchaeological insights”. In A Social History of Early India, A Social History of Early India, . New Delhi: Pearson and Longman, 251–268. http://eprints.nias.res.in/330/.. 2009.
“Shiva as 'cosmic dancer':on Pallava origins of the Nataraja bronze.”. World Archaeology 36: 432–450. http://eprints.nias.res.in/238/.. 2004.
“Ramayana bronzes from Chola to Vijayanagara times”. In The Multivalence of an Epic: Retelling the Ramayana in South India and Southeast Asia edited by Parul Pandya Dhar, The Multivalence of an Epic: Retelling the Ramayana in South India and Southeast Asia edited by Parul Pandya Dhar, Manipal: Manipal University Press. https://mup.manipal.edu/the-multivalence-of-an-epic-retelling-the-ramayana-in-south-india-and-southeast-asia-pre-order-now/.. 2021.
“Present and past of southern Indian crafts for making mirrors, lamps, bells, vessels, cymbals and gongs: links with prehistoric high tin bronzes from Mohenjodaro, Taxila, South Indian megaliths and later finds”. Journal of the Society for South Asian Studies 13: 209–225. http://eprints.nias.res.in/329/.. 1997.
“Preliminary insights into the provenance of South Indian copper alloys and images using a holistic approach of comparisons of their lead isotopes and chemical composition with slags and ores”. In Metals in antiquity, Metals in antiquity, . Oxford: Archaeopress, 200–210. http://eprints.nias.res.in/605/.. 1999.
“Northern Telangana, an Iron and Crucible Steel Production Landscape in India”. ISIJ International 54: 1030–1037. http://eprints.nias.res.in/638/.. 2014.
“Nataraja, Natesa and Orion: Archaeometallurgical and Archaeoastronomical insights into Dancing Siva Images”. In Iconography of the Hindus, Buddhists and Jains: Proceedings of the National Conference, Iconography of the Hindus, Buddhists and Jains: Proceedings of the National Conference, Chennai: C P R Publications, 265-285.. 2016.
“The Nataraja bronze: Insights on art, technology and philosophy”. In Indian Art and Religion: An Interactive Approach, 21st Session of Indian Art History Congress, Indian Art and Religion: An Interactive Approach, 21st Session of Indian Art History Congress, , 113. http://eprints.nias.res.in/551/.. 2012.
“Nataraja and cosmic space: Nature and culture intertwinings in the early Tamil tradition”. In Nature and Culture, Nature and Culture, . New Delhi: PHISPC and CSC, 271–288. http://eprints.nias.res.in/259/.. 2011.
“Mirrors: Metal mirrors from India”. In Encyclopedia of the History of Science, Technology and Medicine in Non-Western Cultures, 2nd ed., Encyclopedia of the History of Science, Technology and Medicine in Non-Western Cultures, 2nd ed., . New York: Springer Verlag, 1699 –1704. http://eprints.nias.res.in/327/.. 2008.
“Metallurgy of zine, high-tin bronze and gold in Indian antiquity: Methodological aspects”. Indian Journal of History of Science 51(1): 22-32. http://eprints.nias.res.in/1082/.. 2016.