Listed in chronological order

Ivanow, W. A. (1948). Collectanea (Volume 1). Leiden, Holland: E. J. Brill.

Nanji, A. (1978). The Nizari Ismaili Tradition in the Indo-Pakistan Subcontinent. Delmar, N.Y.: Caravan Books.

Asani, A. S. (1991). The Bujh Niranjan: An Ismaili Mystical Poem. Cambridge, MA: Harvard Center for Middle Eastern Studies.

Asani, A. S. (1992). The Harvard Collection of Ismaili Literature in Indic Languages: A Descriptive Catalog and Finding Aid. Boston, MA: G. K. Hall & Company.

Kassam, T. R. (1995). Songs of Wisdom and Circles of Dance: Hymns of the Satpanth Isma’ili Muslim Saint, Pir Shams. Albany, N.Y.: State University of New York Press.

Khan, D.-S. (1997). Conversions and Shifting Identities: Ramdev Pir and the Ismailis in Rajasthan. New Delhi: Manohar.

Shackle, C., & Moir, Z. (2000). Ismaili Hymns from South Asia: An Introduction to the Ginans. Richmond, Surrey: Curzon Press.

Asani, A. S. (2002). Ecstasy and Enlightenment: The Ismaili Devotional Literature of South Asia. London: I.B. Tauris.

Esmail, A. (2002). A Scent of Sandalwood: Indo-Ismaili Religious Lyrics. Richmond, Surrey: Curzon Press.

Kassam, T. R., & Mallison, F. (2010). Ginans, Texts and Contexts: Essays on Ismaili Hymns from South Asia in Honour of Zawahir Moir. New Delhi: Primus Books.

Purohit, T. (2012). The Aga Khan Case: Religion and Identity in Colonial India. Harvard University Press.