- Uttarasitacaritam, 10 cantos, 1968, 1975, 1990, KSV.
- 2. Svatantryasambhavam, 1-75 Cantos (verses 6064 )
Canto 1-28, published by KSV in1990 (First Edition); Canto 1-33 with Hindi Translation by Dr.S.K.Dwivedi has been published by Banaras Hindu University in 2000, pp 627(Second Edition). Third Edition with 75 Cantos (6064 verses) published in 2012 by Kalidasa Sansthana, Varanasi. It has been Awarded by –
- i) Sahitya Akademi with Sahitya Akademi Award, New Delhi, 1991
- ii) Bharatiya BhasaParishad, Calcutta with Kalpavalli Award,
iii) K.K. Birla foundation, Delhi with Vacaspati Award, 1997.
- iv) Ramkrishna Jaidayal Dalmiya Srivaninyasa with Srivani-Alamkarana,
- Kuraravijayamahakavyam –1-11Cantos, published by KSV, 2001.Second Ed.
- Satapatram-115 verses on poetry, with Hindi translation, 1987, KSV.
- Pramathah – Nine poems on Atomic Age1988, KSV.
- Srirewabhadrapitham-167 Verses on the holy river Narmad. First edition 1988, Second edition 2003 and third edition 2010 KSV. Published with Hindi Translation
- Sanskritahirakam – 560 verses on the History of Sanskrit Faculty, B.H.U., Varanasi, 1989.
- Brahmastram- On the 50th Year of India’s Independence, Parisilanam, Sanskrit Sansthana, Lucknow, 1999.
- Sakataram The lyric composed by the poet in 108 verses to commemorate the release of South Africa’s popular leader Nelson Mandela from prison after 25 years. Published by KSV in 2000 along with Hindi Translation
- Matantaram The lyric written by the poet on the present day situation in 111 verses. It has been named by the poet as Yugntaranndi. Published by the KSV in 2001 alongwith Hindi translation.
- Sarabhamgam The lyric written by the poet in 108 verses on mysticism depicting the character of Maharsi Sarabhanga living in the Dandakaranya. Published by the KSV in 2001 alongwith Hindi Translation.
9-11. SARASAYYA The collection of Three lyrics named :
- i) Sugato Braviti – The lyric written by the poet in 117 verses on the destruction of the historical Statues of lord Buddha, situated in Bamian, by the Taliban Dynasty of Afghanistan.
- ii) Vrddhakumari- The lyric poetry written by the poet in 129 verses on the life of the unmarried daughters of Mughal Emperors who were having unparallel beauty and ultimately died unmarried.
iii) Sarasayya – The lyric poetry written by the poet on the life of Bhima Pitmaha, the eldest forefathers of Kauravas and Pandavas. The poet observes that Bhima has been on Sarasayya since birth.
The above three lyric poetries of the poet have been published by KSV under the title SARASAYYA in 2002. Second Edition published in 2008.
- Kuttannatah – The lyric poetry written by the poet on the present day situation in 1997. Unpublished.
- Etattu Yacamahe- The lyric poetry written by the poet in 75 verses to alert the people of the world engulfed with all types of vices and to request them to follow the right path. Unpublished.
Prozac online 14-16. Ramaparisamkhya – 547 verses (1) Ramaparisankhya (221 vesrses) on the present day movement in Ayodhya. (2) Ahamasmyahmeva (202 verses) on the present scenario all around. (3) Ayi Shakuntike (124 Verses) on the overall condition of Kalidasa’s Shakuntala. Published by the Kalidasa Sansthana, Varanasi, 2008.
17-19. America – 321 verses – (1) America (246) on the present day position of the United States of America depicting USA visit of the poet in 2001. (2) ,rRrq ;kpkegs (55verses) on the present day situation. (3) Vidherhomo Nishedanale (20 verses) on the abolishing of World Trade Centre by Talibans on 11 Sept. 2011.
These were composed by the poet during his stay in the USA in 2001. Published by Kalidasa Sansthan in 2008.
- Hariharavadanakavyam – 261 verses on Swami Karapatri Ji Maharaja. The political, religious and spiritual leader of India. His life sketch and contribution for the preservation of Indian religion and culture. Published by Kalidasa Sansthana with Hindi Translation, Varanasi, 2009
- Ayi Nile Nadi – 242 verses on the Nile Nadi. Published with Hindi translation by Kalidasa Sansthana, Varanasi, , 2009.
- 22. Ratnaswaroopavadankavyam – 306 verses on the contribution of Dwaraka- Shardapithadvayadhishwara Jagadguru Swami Shri Swaroopanand Saraswati. Published by Shankaracharya Prakashan, Badrikashram and Shrividyamatha, Kedarghat, Varanasi, 2010
- 23. Jayendrasaraswatipadavadanam – 123 verses on the contribution of Jagadguru Swami Shri Jayendra Saraswati of Kanchi pitha. published by Kalidasa Sansthana, Varanasi, 2011
- 24. Namonirvachanam (Modivijayapanchashatikavyam) on recently held 16th Lokasabha Election. Published by Kalidasa Sansthan, Varanasi 2014
(c) Stories 1. Tripadi, 2. Kasya Dosah & 3. Kosau
Published in the Sanskrit Pratibha, Sahitya Akademi, Delhi.
- Yuthika – four acts play, based on the Romeo Juliet of Shakespeare, 1976, KSV. Awarded by U.P.
- Saptarsi-Kangresam – Ten acts play on the general election of Lokasabha held in 1977. Written in 1977 but printed and published in 2000, KSV.
- Kavyalamkarakarika – 263 verses on poetics. New theories and new criticism, 1977, CSS. Awarded by the Sanskrit Samsthana, U.P. and with Bhoja-Puraskara by the Sanskrit Sahitya Parishad, Bhopal. Established Alamkara in broad sense the sole of Poetry and Drama
- Natyanusasanam -411verses on the Philosophy of Dramatic Art. Published in1996 by KSV. New theories and fresh light on Indian Dramaturgy in the following five chapters (i) Natyanusasanam. (ii) Bharatadarsanam.
(iii) Natyasarirakam (iv) Kalasamadhih & (v) Rasabhogah
Second Edition published in one Volume 2008
- Kramapanchasika- 50 verses on the methodology to be followed while considering any Shastric tradition. Unpublished
- Saundaryapanchasika – 50 verses on Saundaryasastra. Unpublished
(f) Sanskrit Kavyashastra kaAlochanatmaka Itihasa (300 BC to 2005 AD) –
Published in 2007 by Kalidasa Sansthan, Varanasi. pp 503.
Presenting a new classification of the entire tradition of Sanskrit poetics.
(g) Sahityasarirarakam – New approach to the history of Sanskrit Poetics in Sanskrit. Published by the Sampurnananda Sanskrit University, Varanasi in 1998.
- RESEARCH PAPERS
About 125. Published in various research Journals in Sanskrit, Hindi and English.
- CRITICAL EDITIONS
The critical editions of the following works:
- Raghuvamsa-Darpana by Hemadri (1500 A.D. Commentary on Raghuvamsa). Thesis for the Ph.D. Degree approved in 1965 by the Ravishankar University, Raipur and printed by the K.P. Jayasawal Research Institute, Patna 1973, in pages 800 DD, with Introduction of 181 pages in Sanskrit, footnotes from the manuscripts as many as 23 from different collections of Ahamedabad, Calcutta, Madras, Trivandrum, etc. Canto 5-19 is put in very good form. This is the first critical edition of the Darpana, prepared and published.
- Kalidasagranthavali – (Complete works of Kalidasa):
- Ritusamhara, 2.Meghadutam, 3.Kumarasambhavam (1-8), 4.Raghuvamsa (1-19),
5. Malavikagnimitram, 6.Vikramorvasiyam and 7. Abhijnanasakuntalam with Nagar Text and footnotes on the Bengali and Kashmiri texts. First published in 1976 and again in 1986 by B.H.U., Varanasi. with footnotes from as many as 300 mss. For second edition ‘Vyasa-Puraskara’ has been awarded by the Sanskrit Academy of Madhya Pradesh.
- Ritusamhara -Critically Edited on the basis of ten critical editions and ten Mss.Ritusamhara. Published by The Sahitya Akademi in 1990.
- Raghuvamsa – Critically edited on the ground of 10 Mss. & 10 Critical Editions published in India and abroad. Published by the Sahitya Akademi, Delhi, in 1993.
- Kumarasambhavam (1-8). Manuscript prepared in own writing.
- Meghadutam (111Verses). Manuscript prepared in own writing
- A. Kavyaprakasa of Mammata. Text with footnotes.,
- Cudamani or Vimarsini by Bhatt Gopal
- Sudhasagara by Bhimsena Diksita. Published by B.H.U. in 1981 in one
volume. The text is preferred as printed from Trivandrum.
- Abhidhavattamatrika purchase Zoloft by Mukula (900 A.D.) with Hindi Translation and Exposition. CSS, 1973. Awarded by the Uttar Pradesh Sanskrit Sansthana, Lucknow.
- Sabdavyaparavicara by Mammata with Hindi Translation CSS. 1974.
- Alamkarasarvasvam by Ruyyaka (1200 A.D.) with
- Alamkaravimarsini by Jayaratha (1300 A.D.) Both printed in one Volume Page 840 D.D.with Hindi translation and exposition. C S S Varanasi, 1971.Part-II of D.Litt. Thesis Awarded with the Mitrapuraskara by the Sahityaparisad of the Govt. of M.P., Bhopal.
- Kumarasambhavam- (1-8 Cantos) Edited along with the commentaries of Arunagiritnatha and Narayana Pandita. Published by the Sampurnananda Sanskrit University, Varanasi, 2007.
- Raghuvamsam – Edited along with the commentaries of Arunagiritnatha and Narayana Pandita. Published by the Sampurnananda Sanskrit University, Varanasi, 2008.
- Bharata’s Natyashastra – Hindi translation and critical edition of 22 chapters
No.1-3,6,7,13-27,35-36 (including 37 and 38) of Bharata’s Natyasatra. published by IIAS, Shimla, 2004
- Sringaraprakasa of Bhojaraja (1-25, 26-36 Prakasa; Vol. I & II) – Critically edited and corrected in crown size pages 2086, with introduction and index of about 7000 verses. Published jointly by Indira Gandhi National Centre for the Arts, New Delhi and Kalidasa Sansthan, Varanasi in 2007.
- Kalidasagranthavali – (Complete works of Kalidasa): III Critical edition of Complete Works of Kalidasa with Hindi Translation, prepared on the basis of rare manuscripts of Kalidasa Literature preserved in Houghton Library, Harvard. USA. Published by the Kalidasa Sanskrit Akademi, Ujjain 2008 in Two Volumes of about 550 pages each.
- Dhvanyaloka (with Lochana of Abhinavagupta), critically edited.
- Sahityaprakasha – (Abridgment of Bhoja’s Sringaraprakash) 11 Prakash, Published by Kalidas Sansthan, Varanasi 2013
- Sahityashastrasamucchaya (Dandin, Bhamah, Udbhata with Pratiharenduraj Comm., Vamana, Rudrata With Namisadhu Comm.), Critically edited and published by Kalidas Sansthan, Varanasi 2013
- Translation, EXPOSITION and Corrections –
1-2 Hindi translation with exposition of Mahimabhatta’s Vyaktiviveka (1050 A.D) and its
Commentary by Ruyyaka (1200 A.D.), CSS, 1964. Awarded with the Mitrapuraskara
by the Sahitya Parishad, M.P.
3-4 Hindi and English translation of Kavyalamkarakarikaand its Vrtti, 1977.
- Monographs and Th eses
- Anandavardhana : Hindi monograph on Anandavardhana’s Dhvanyaloka. pp. 608 DD., 1972 by Hindi Grantha Academy Bhopal. New findings and theories of Dhvani school. Part – I of the Thesis of D. Litt.
- Bharatiya Kavyasamiksame Alamkarasiddhanta : Hindi, Macmillan and Company, New Delhi, 1981, Pages 400 DD. Described all the Alamkaras accepted and rejected both. Awarded by The Sahitya Parishad of U.P.
- Sahitya Sandarbhah : Collection of three research papers in Sanskrit 1970.
- Kalidasa – Manava-Silpi Mahakavi, 1973, Sanskrit Parishad, Sagar. Awarded by the Govt. of P.
- Kalidasa : Apani Bata – A Monograph on Mahakavi Kalidasa in 350 pages. Published by KSV, 2004.
- Kalidasa-Bharati – Collection of articles on Mahakavi Kalidasa. Pages 370 published, 2005.
- Alam Brahma – Collection of articles on Sahityashastra. Pages 330, published, 2005. Most important link of the poetic culture.
- Introduction to Hemadri’s Raghuvamsa-Darpana, Pages 181, 1973.
- Introductions to Kalidasagranthavali, 1976,1986 & 2008
- Introduction to Alamkarasarvasva,
- Introduction to Vamana’s Kavyalamkarasutravrtti translated by Becana Jha, CSS.
- Introduction to Kalidasa by foreigners, 1960-62.
- Introduction to Sakuntala,
The words of all the seven works of Kalidasa from ^v* to ^g* are indexed.
Pages 1250 in handwritten form prepared in 1958. Now outdated.
Fresh Index is under preparation.
- NEW MANUSCRIPTS
- Prepared Manuscripts of Kalidasa’s all the Seven Works in own handwriting in Nagari Script (2000)
- Prepared Manuscripts of the Meghaduta 1-111 verses and First Canto of Raghuvaasa in Brahmi Script of Ashoka’s period (2004).
- Prepared new Manuscript of Anandavardhana’s Dhvani Karikas in Nagari Script(2009)
- Prepared new Manuscript ‘Vyaktivivekasara’ of Mahimabhatta’s Vyaktiviveka(2010).
- Prepared new Manuscript of Svetasvataropani purchase prednisone sad (2010)
- Prepared new Manuscript of Bhaktirasayanam of Madhusudanasaraswati (2010)
Prof. Dwivedi is presently conducting excellence course in Sahitya at the Kalidasa Sansthana, Varanasi for the Post-Graduate and Ph.D. Students.