“Inclusive Role of Residential Schools in the Development of Education among Sholaga Tribe of Tamil Nadu” in Journal of Exclusion Studies, Vol.5, No.2 August 2014 (ISSN: 2231-4547)
“Traditional Norms in Transition: A case of Fisherfolk in South India” in Eastern Anthropologist, January-June 2014, volume-67 number 1-2. (ISSN: 0012-8686)
“Inclusion of Dalits in Local Governance: A Study of village panchayats in South India”. Deutschland: Lap Lambert Academic Publication. 2013. ISBN: 978-3-659-46586-4.
‘vaazhum Moothathaiyargal: Tamizhaga Palankudigal oir arimugam” Chennai: Uyir Publication. ISBN: 978-81-940122-2-1 (Living ancestors: Tribes of Tamil Nadu)
“Sholagar-vazhvum, Panpadum” (in Tamil). Pollachi: Ethir veliyedu. August 2014.
“Mulkreedam- Tamizhaga Uratchi Nirvagathil Dalitthugal” (in Tamil) Pollachi: Ethir veliyedu. December 2012, ISBN: 978-81-927543-0-7
Articles in Academic Magazines
Rings of Fire. Samudra Reports. Issue – 87, 2022 March (https://www.icsf.net/samudra/rings-of-fire/?utm_source=mailpoet&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=publication-news-alert_20)
Articles in Magazines (Vernacular Language)
Writing a serious on Ethnographic introduction about Tribal communities of Tamil Nadu, under the title “Vazhum Moothathaiyar” (living ancestors) in “Kadu Magazine” (ISSN. 2395-5953). Upto now ten articles are published in the series.
Olirum Chennai Olikkapadum Poorvakudigal (Marginalisation of Chennai aboriginals), Published in Anaya Venmani, volume-1, issue-3 (April-June 2012). Magazine Reg. No. TNTAM/2011/40520.
Kutra Parambarai Arasiyal: Aathika kuralil of odukkapatta varalaru (Review Article on the book ‘Politics of Criminal Tribe act in Tamil Nadu’), Published in Puthiya Puthagam Peysuthu, Volume-10, issue-10 (December 2012). Magazine Reg.No.TNTAM/2003/10055.
Tamilar Unavu: karasaramai oru Vasippu Anupavam (Review on book ‘Tamil Food’), Published in Puthiya Puthagam Peysuthu, Volume-11, issue-5 (May 2013). Magazine Reg.No.TNTAM/2003/10055.
Produced adocumentary titled “Alaivaikaraiyil” (Shorelines) in 2017, produced as part of Pipal Tree’s Climate Change Education and Awareness Programme representing from Tamil Nadu. The film focuses on the livelihood crisis endured by the Pattinavars, an indigenous fishing community in Pazhaverkadu village. It showcases the irreversible damage done by the so called developmental projects which has wiped out the age old profession of the fisherfolks. (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8Q914YSaSn4&t=46s).