The National Mission for Manuscripts organises national level Seminars as part of its outreach programme. The papers presented in these seminars are published under the title,Saṁrakṣikā and Samikṣikā.

The first volume is called Saṁrakṣikā‘: Indigenous Methods and Manuscript Preservation, published in September 2006. It contains proceedings of the seminar ‘Oral Traditions and Indigenous Methods of Preservation and Conservation of Manuscripts' organised at Indira Gandhi National Centre for the Arts (IGNCA), New Delhi in February 2005. This volume contains a total of 21 papers by Bhupen Goswami, Champa Alahakoon, C. Maheswaran, G. N. Devy, Heather Brown, Imtiaz Ahmed, J. B. Shah, M. Motebennur, Nawang Phunsto, P. Perumal, Ritu Jain, Shreenand L. Bapat, S. Subbaraman, Sudhendu Mandal, S. K. Das, Sanjay Kumar Maiti, Usha Suresh, Utpal Das, V. Jeyaraj and W. H. Siddiqui. The papers in this volume emphasize on indigenous techniques and methods of conservation, the need to revive these as they are more beneficial to manuscripts.

Samikshika Volume I
Buddhist Literary Heritage in India : Text and Context
Edited by: RatnaBasu
Publishers : NMM and MunshiramManoharlal Publishers Pvt. Ltd. Post Box 5715, 54, Rani Jhansi Road, New Delhi - 110055
Year of Publication: 2007
Price: ₹ 325
Book Intro: In July 2005. The Mission organized a seminar on the theme. Buddhist Literary heritage in India. The seminar gave ample opportunity to the experts in the field of Buddhist Studies to put forth their views, interact and formulate plans for future research in the field

Samikshika Volume II
Text and Variations of the Mahābhārata
Edited by:Kalyan Kumar
Chakravarty
Publishers : NMM and MunshiramManoharlal Publishers Pvt. Ltd. Post Box 5715, 54, Rani Jhansi Road, New Delhi - 110055
Year of Publication: 2009
Price: ₹ 500
Book Intro: The present volume Samikṣikā-II is an anthology of papers presented at a national seminar on the Mahabharata, organized by the National Mission for Manuscripts, IGNCA in February - 2007. The seminar, Text and variantions of the Mahābhārata: Contextual, Regional and Performative Traditions, forms a part of Samikṣikā, the seminar series of the mission.

Samikshika Volume III
Natyashastra and the Indian Dramatic Tradition
Edited by:RadhavallabhTripathi
Publishers : NMM and Dev Publishers & Distributors, 2nd Floor, Prakash Deep, 4735/22, Ansari Road, Daryaganj, New Delhi - 110002
Year of Publication: 2012
Price: ₹ 450
Book Intro: The Seminar dealt with various aspect as well as related topics of India’s dramatic tradition starting from bharata’s Natyasatra. The seminar gave ample opportunity to the experts in the field on dramaturgy to put forth the outcome of Indian drama and allied subject matter.

Samikshika Volume IV
Indian Textual Heritage (Persian, Arabic & Urdu)
Edited by:ChanderShekhar
Publishers : NMM and DilliKitabGhar , 3961, Gali Khan khanan, Jama Masjid, Delhi - 110006
Year of Publication: 2010
Price: ₹ 350
Book Intro: The present publication is a collection of the research papers presented at the first Conference-cum-RoundTable Discussion on "Persian and Arabic manuscripts" organized by National Mission for Manuscripts. The papers published in this volume are based on unedited texts and are mainly in the realm of literature or history while some are on human science.

Samikshika Volume V
Saving India’s Medical Manuscripts
Edited by:G.G.
Gangadharan
Publishers : NMM and Dev Publishers & Distributors, 2nd Floor, Prakash Deep, 4735/22, Ansari Road, Daryaganj, New Delhi - 110002
Year of Publication: 2012
Price: ₹ 350
Book Intro: The Seminar dealt with various perspectives of Indian Medical manuscripts. The scholars and experts in the related field put forth their View, interact and formulate plans for future research in the field

Samikshika Volume VI
Traditional Medicine System in India
Edited by:K.G. Sreelekha
Publishers : NMM and Dev Publishers & Distributors, 2nd Floor, Prakash Deep, 4735/22, Ansari Road, Daryaganj, New Delhi - 110002
Year of Publication: 2014
Price: ₹ 300
Book Intro: The Seminar dealt with different aspects of Ayurveda and its importance to modern society. The main focus of this seminar was on Ayurveda practiced in Kerala, the state which has its own ethnic style of Ayurveda treatment and shred their research-orientated knowledge with others

Samikshika Volume VII
Studies in South Indian Architecture (With special Reference to Kerala &Tamilnadu)
Edited by:K.G. Sreelekha
Publishers : NMM and Dev Publishers & Distributors, 2nd Floor, Prakash Deep, 4735/22, Ansari Road, Daryaganj, New Delhi - 110002
Year of Publication: 2015
Price: ₹ 325
Book Intro: The seminar focused on manuscripts related to the architecture of kerala and Tamilnadu. The present volume comprises of papers of the seminar presented by the experts on the releted subject.

Samikshika Volume VIII
The History of Medieval Deccan As reflected in Arabic and Persian manuscripts
Edited by:Zareena Parveen
Publishers : Asila Offset Printers, 1307-8, Kalan Mahal, Daryaganj, New delhi-110002
Year of Publication: 2017
Pages: : 176
Price: ₹ 400

Samikshika Volume IX
VaishnavSampradayonkiAgyataPandulipiSampada
Edited by:Lakshminarayana
Tiwari
Publishers : NMM and Dev Publishers & Distributors, 2nd Floor, Prakash Deep, 4735/22, Ansari Road, Daryaganj, New Delhi – 110002
Year of Publication: 2016
Price: ₹ 600

Samikshika Volume X
History of Tripura – As Reflected in the Manuscripts
Edited by:Satyadeo PoddarSamikshika Volume V
Publishers : NMM and Dev Publishers & Distributors, 2nd Floor, Prakash Deep, 4735/22, Ansari Road, Daryaganj, New Delhi – 110002
Year of Publication: 2016
Pages: : 234
Price: ₹ 600

Samikshika Volume XII
Manuscript Heritage on Astronomy
Edited by:V. Venktaramana Reddy
Publishers : NMM and D.K. Printworld(p) Ltd., Vedasri, F-395, Sudarshan Park, New delhi-110015
Year of Publication: 2017
Pages: : 313
Price: ₹ 500