ARTICLES
(Items marked ** deal with scientific instruments; single asterisk * indicates other areas of history of science.)

2020*
Sreeramula Rajeswara Sarma & Takanori Kusuba, ‘Loans and Interest in Sanskrit Legal and Mathematical Texts’ in: Cécile Michel and Karine Chemla (ed), Mathematics, Administrative and Economic Activities in Ancient Worlds, Springer 2020, ch. 12, pp. 463-501.

2020*
‘The Growing Influence of 'Vāstuśāstra' in India.’ Review article on Felix Otter, Die Revitalisierung von Vāstuvidyā im kolonialen und nachkolonialen Indien, Berlin 2016, in: Orientalistische Literaturzeitung, 115.2 (2020) 97-102.

2019
Sreeramula Rajeswara Sarma & Maryam Zamani, ‘On the Persian translation of Bhāskara's Līlāvatī by Abu'l Faiẓ Faiẓī at the Court of Akbar’, Indian Journal of History of Science, 54.3 (2019) 269-85.

2019*
‘Gaṇeśa Daivajña on Multiplication Tables’, Indian Journal of History of Science, 54.1 (2019) 90-92.

2019**
‘Ashadar, The Tibetan Priest's Time-Stick: A Comedy of Errors in Nomenclature’, Bulletin of the Scientific Instrument Society, No. 140 (March 2019) 20-23.

2019**
‘Astronomical Instruments in Bhāskarācārya's Siddhāntaśiromaṇi’ in:
K. Ramasubramanian et al (ed), Bhāskara-prabhā, New Delhi 2019, pp. 320-358.

2019
‘The Legend of Līlāvatī’ in: K. Ramasubramanian et al (ed), Bhāskara-prabhā, New Delhi 2019, pp. 23-39.

2018**
‘Water Clock and Steelyard in the Jyotiṣkaraṇḍaka’, International Journal of Jaina Studies, 14.2 (2018) 149.

2017**
‘A Monumental Astrolabe made for Shāh Jahān and later reworked with Sanskrit Legends’, Medieval Encounters, 23 (2017) 198-262; reprinted in: Josefina Rodriguz-Arribas et al (ed), Astrolabes in Medieval Cultures, Brill, Leiden-Boston 2019, pp. 198-262.

2017**
‘A Monumental Astrolabe made for Shāh Jahān and later reworked with Sanskrit Legends’, Medieval Encounters, 23 (2017) 198-262. © Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, 2017, DOI 10.1163/15700674-12342247.

2016**
‘Indian Astronomical Instruments: A Descriptive Catalogue of Extant Specimens’ in: History of Indian Astronomy: A Handbook, ed. K. Ramasubramanian, Aniket Sule, Mayank Vahia, Science and Heritage Initiative, I.I.T. Bombay and TIFR, Mumbai 2016, pp. 477-499.

2016**
‘A Lahore Astrolabe of 1587 at Moscow: Enigmas in its Construction’ by Sergei Maslikov & Sreeramula Rajeswara Sarma in: Indian Journal of History of Science, 51.3 (2016) 454-477.

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