|There are more than 60 kuravanjis written in various languages including Telugu, Malayalam, Gujarati and Marathi.
- Tirukuda Rasappa Kavirayar wrote KUTRALA KURAVANJI in praise of Lord Thirukoodanathar in 1720.
- THYAGESAR KURAVANJI is believed to have been written by Muttu Kavirayar who adorned the court of Shahaji.
- AZHAGAR KURAVANJI composed by kavi Kunjara Bharati around 1840, centres around Sundaraja Perumal, the presiding deity of Azhagar Koil in Madurai district.
- KUMBESWARA KURAVANJI was composed by Tamil poet Papanasam Mudaliar in 18th century in praise of Kumbeswara, the presiding deity of Kumbakonam.
- SENDIL KURAVANJI centers around the lord of Tiruchendur.
- KANNAPPAR KURAVANJI was composed by Navalar of Thozhuvur in 1880 in praise of Kannappa, a devotee of Lord Shiva.
- In VIRALIMALAI KURAVANJI, the hero is ostensibly Subramanyam Mudaliar, a minister of Pudukkottai ruler Raghunath Tondiman (1730-1769), but the dance drama has been construed as written in praise of Lord Murugan of Viralimalai.
- SARABHENDRA BHOOPALA KURAVANJI was composed in praise of King Serfoji of Thanjavur written by court poet Kottaiyur Sivakozhundu Desikar.
- CHANDRAMOULISHWARA KURAVANJI in Gujarati language was written, produced and composed by Anjali Merh, a disciple of Rukmini Devi in 1977. This is the first ever Kuravanji written in Gujarati.
(‘Bharatanatyam: Indian Classical Dance,’ Dr. Sunil Kothari, Marg Publications, 1997)