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- Hardy, A. 2015. Ashapuri: resurrecting a medieval temple site. In: Verghese, A. and Dallapiccola, A. L. eds. Art, Icon and Architecture in South Asia: Essays in Honor of Dr Devangana Desai. Vol. II, New Delhi: Aryan Books International. , pp.333-348.
- Hardy, A. 2013. Indian temple typologies. Presented at: Glimpses of Indian History and Art. Reflections on the Past. Perspectives for the Future Rome, Italy 18-19 April 2011. Published in: Lorenzetti, T. and Scialpi, F. eds. Glimpses of Indian History and Art: Reflections on the Past, Perspectives for the Future: proceedings of the International Congresses, Rome, 18-19 April 2011. Convegni Vol. 19. Rome: Sapienza Università. , pp.101-126.
- Hardy, A. 2010. Hoysala Temple [Design for Shree Kalyana Venkateshwara Temple, Venkatapura, Dist. Kolar, Karnataka, India]. [Design]Venkatapura, Dist. Kolar, Karnataka, India.Available at: http://www.prasada.org.uk/prasada_design_projects_hoysala_temple.html.
- Hardy, A. 2009. Drāvida temples in the Samarānganasūtradhāra. South Asian Studies 25 (1), pp.41-62. (10.1080/02666030.2009.9628698)
- Hardy, A. 2007. Parts and wholes: the story of the Gavaksa. Presented at: 18th European Association of South Asian Archaeologists Conference London, UK 2005. Published in: Hardy, A. ed. The Temple in South Asia [Proceedings of the 18th European Association of South Asian Archaeologists Conference]. Vol. 2.London: British Association for South Asian Studies. , pp.63-82.
Meera I Dass and Michael Willis, ‘The Gupta Temple at Behti: A New Find’, with Meera Dass, South Asian Studies 23 (2007), pp. 63-68 (PDF)
Adam Hardy, ‘Drāvida Temples in the Samarānganasūtradhāra’, South Asian Studies 25 (2009), pp. 41.62 (PDF)
Paper by Mattia Salvini on The Samarānganasūtradhāra (PDF)