Composing his works, which began as explorations on the theological origins of Khsayavang's faith, he spent nearly his entire life in the Grand Library Complex working in relative obscurity; his specialization was in pre-Aatem Nal Endiri mystics and he is known to have transcribed or copied hundreds of mystical Draghadatha texts as an Archivist. Though he only authored six books, all published after his death, each book has multiple volumes, the longest being his commentaries on the Medrahov.
Ta'us Ala'a wrote all of his texts in Ta'usite Sringi, a dialect of Sringi considered a high literary tongue and lingua franca during the Dayaniram and high periods of Aatem Nal. Consequently, several translations of the texts have been made into other languages, but higher exams in Aatem Nal require a competency in the original Ta'usite version.
- Taw Shu'u Ma In'u ("The Wellspring of Knowledge"), examining early Dragha traditions.
- Ta'us Shu'u Medragha ("The Virtuous Books of the Sages"), a survey of important or well-known medragha
- Medrahovish Medraghaan ("Sage-books and the Book of Truth"), a commentary and analysis of common themes in medragha.
- Cha'an Medrahovaan ("Seed of the Book of Truth"), a thesis on the culmination of mystic revelation in the Medrahov.
- Sha'un Vika Vae Medrahov ("The Life of the Book of Truth"), a ten-volume commentary on the early sermons of Khsayavang.
- Medrahov Hova Hae ("The Truth of the Book of Truth"), a twenty-volume commentary on the Medrahov.