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- Mariamma Chedathiyude Manikkam Pennu, Folksongs collected from Mariamma Chedathy, Second Edition, SPCS, Kottayam, Kerala, India.
- B. C. Folklore, Bulletin of the British Columbia Folklore Society, has published three articles based on the book Manikkam Pennu
- The Death and Resurrection of Kamachavelan, B. C. Folklore, No. 11
- Manikkam Pennu: a Paraya Folktale, No. 12
- Humans, Gods, and Nature in Paraya Folklore, No. 14