Govardhana Leela :- The composition depicts the episode from Krishna legend where Krishna (symbol of universal love) lifts the mount govardhana (symbol of Bhakti).

Varsha Mangal :- Poetic compositions related to the monsoon depicted through dance.

Dhanusrot :- Composition based on Sumitra Nandan Pant's poetry.

Jashn-e-Bahar :- Dance sequence rich in the flavour of the Mughal culture.

Kraunch Badh :- Depiction of the story of two Kraunch birds deeply engrossed in making love; the male bird is killed by hunter; Valmiki, witnessing the agony of the female bird casts a curse on the hunter. Brahma appears and blesses Valmiki inspiring him to write the Ram Katha in verse form.

Digotsava :- Different directions in space are explored through this dance composition.

Kathak Prasang :- This composition combines various elements of NRITTA in different 'Talas' and seeks to inspire the human soul towards 'Bhakti Rasa'.

Chaturang :- Essentially a musical composition made up of four elements, 'Khayal', 'Sargam', 'Tirvat' and 'Tarana', Chaturang has here been deliberatley structured in dance. It also involves four different 'Ragas' and four different 'Talas'.

Dhrupad :- In the ancient form of vocal rendition, the dance explores the 'Shringara' and 'Bhakti' elements of the relationship between the Divine and his consort.

Darbar-e-Tarannum :- A Dance set in the ambience of the Mughal court.

Malati Ki Gandh :- A contemporary perspective of kathak exploring the poetry of Sacchidananda Hirananda Vatsyayan (Agyeya)'s poetry.

Shan-e-Mughal :- A period –production exploring three generations of the Mughal period – Akbar, Jahangir and Shahjahan (for Bhartiya Kala Kendra 1981).

Angamukti :- Liberation of movement.

Anvesha :- Choreograpghy based on a story from Orissa.

Raganvita :- Dance composition capturing the mood of the 'Mandra', 'Madhya' and 'Taar' Saptak.

Sphuran :- Nritta flowing through three different 'Talas' (11,13,15 beats).

Kathakayan :- Evolution of Kathak from the temple to the Mughal Court onto the present-day proscenium stage.

Madhurashtakam :- Based on saint poet Vallabhacharya's work, the composition elaborates upon the beauty of Krishna and his attributes.

Mayur :- Peacock dance.

Talchakra:- This is a solo presentation in which the mood of three different taals: Chautaal(12 beats), Dhamar(14 beats) and Jait(13 beats) is depicted through the dance composition.

Himraja :- This group composition celebrates the birth of Durga or Uma, in her descent as Parvati, in the abode of Himavat, the king of mountains. The text is as follows ‘Him Raja Ke Jage Bhag Bhavani Ne Janam Liyo’.

Rajput ramani :- A duet based on the popular episode of Hodi Rani, who upon hearing the war bugle persuades Rana to go to war(on her wedding night). She experiences deep emotional turmoil as he leaves her, but courageously pulls herself together when he turns back to look at her A true depiction of Rajput Honour which puts defence of the nation above everything else.

Hindola :- A group composition based on a popular folk song of Uttar Pradesh, “Hindola Jhulan Lage Balma”. Hindola is a giant wheel fitted with several individual Jhoolas(swings) and is a part of the celebration of community festivals held in maidans (meadows).

Jalkreeda :- This interesting composition danced in a swimming pool depicts Kaliya Daman from the Krishna lore, a Kavit(Drigon Ki Kaliyan…), a Lamp dance and a Thumri (Piya Ke Aavan Ki…).

Inder Sabha :- Directed by Mohan Upreti Dance Choreography Guru Munna Shukla - 1996

Amir Khusro Direction Mohan Upreti Dance Choreography Guru Munna Shukla (for Parvatiya Kala Kendra) ( Azeezunissa based on the life story of the freedom fighter of this name (for N.S.D.)