• Myths and Legends of India, Volume 1 by William Radice
  • Collected works of A.K.Ramanujan ed. by Vinay Dharwadker
  • The Collected essays of A. K. Ramanujan
  • Hindu mythology, by WJ Wilkins
  • Puranic Encyclopaedia by Vettam Mani
  • Folktales from Maharashtra by Durga Bhagwat
  • Tales from Kathasaritsagar, By Arshia Sattar
  • Lore and Legends of Kerala, By T. C. Narayan
  • Brahma’s Hair; On the Mythology of Indian Plants, Maneka Gandhi with Yasmin Singh
  • Myths of North east frontiers of India, by Verrier Elwin
  • The Sanskrit Epics Representation of Vedic Myths by Danielle Feller
  • Tamil temple myths, by David Dean Shulman
  • Fearless girls, wise women and beloved sisters, Kathleen Ragan
  • Lajjagauri, by R. C Dhere
  • Bird Legends of Ancient India by M Choksi
  • Indian Fairy Tales by Joseph Jacobs
  • The Universal Myths, by Alexander Eliot
  • Myth and Reality, by D. D. Kosambi
  • Primitive Culture – Researches into the Mythology, Philosophy, Religion, Language, Art and Custom, by E B Tylor
  • Mythology, by Edith Hamilton
  • Myth – Its Meaning & Functions in Ancient & Other Cultures, by G. S. Kirk
  • The Fire And The Rain, by Girish Karnad
  • Yuganta, by Irawati Karwe
  • The Power of Myths, by Joseph Campbell
  • A Short History of Myth, by Karen Armstrong
  • Muhammad – Prophet for Our Time, by Karen Armstrong
  • Media and the Transformation of Religion in South Asia, by Lawrence A. Babb and Susan Wadley
  • Meghnadbadh Kabya – the Poem of the Killing of Meghnad, by Michael Madhusudan Dutt
  • Myth and Reality, by Mircea Eliade
  • The Sacred and The Profane, by Mircea Eliade
  • Myths from Mahabharata, by S. A. Dange
  • Towards Understanding Hindu Myths, by S. A. Dange
  • Inner world – Psychoanalytic Study of Childhood and Society in India, by Sudhir Kakkar
  • Vishnu on Freud’s Desk: A Reader in Psychoanalysis and Hinduism, by T.G. Vaidyanathan and Jeffrey Kripa