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19th and early 20th centuries. Kavyamala is a collection of ancient, very rare and previously unpublished Sanskrit works. 14 volumes of Kavyamala anthologies of ancient Sanskrit works and 95 volumes of single books. The Kavyamala Series of books posted here were collected mostly from Digital Library of India.
I am especially indebted to Shri Madhav Deshpande who kindly sent me 3 books of this series and to Ajit Gargeswari for helping me to identify the titles in KM series. You will find several books on Srividya Upasana at scribd. If you give the book titles, I will try to help you. I am searching for a book mrugendra aagamam with commentary by agora sivacchariyar.
Vidyapada and Yogapada of Mrigendra Tantra published in Kashmir series and Kriyapada and Charyapada of Mrigendrama published by IFP. Both have commentaries of Narayanakantha. If you prove details of the publication of the commentary by Aghorasivacharya, I could try to help you. I have a copy of Suryasataka of mayura published from Nirnayasager press with a sanskrit commentary. I am willing to submit a copy of it for publishing it in the etext series. Sorry for the delay in replying to your comment, thanks for your kind offer to help.