A Bouquet of Poems on Social Ethics. This is the coming together of Sanskrit compositions from five Śatakas (centuries of verses) and two Daśakas (tens of verses). All compositions in Sanskrit are presented with transliteration, word-to-word meaning, translation and annotation in English.
Ten verses in honour of Shri Mahalakshmi with each of the verses translated to English.
A century of verses on the philosophy of Sanatana Dharma/ Hinduism, with ten verses in honour of Shri Sharada. Each of the verses have transliteration, word-by-word meaning and translation in English
Dedication verses written by Prof. M.V. Nadkarni in his book: The Bhagavad Gita for the Modern Reader – History, Interpretations and Philosophy, scheduled for release in October 2016 by Routledge. Sanskrit verses are edited by Prof. Srinivasa Varakhedi, Karnataka Sanskrit University, Bangalore.
113 verses in Sanskrit on environmental ethics, along with transliteration, word-by-word meaning and translation in English. The Foreword is by Prof. Madhav Gadgil.
108 verses in Sanskrit on Gandhian Philosophy, along with transliteration, word-by-word meaning and translation in English
115 verses in Sanskrit on Religion of Man or Humanism, along with transliteration, word-by-word meaning and translation in English.
Dance of Shiva – A Sonnet in Kannada