Jean Calmette was a Jesuit priest working in the Carnatic mission from 1723 till his death. [For this reference, see Sean Doyle, Synthesizing the Vedanta: The Theology of Pierre Johanns, S.J. (Oxford: Peter Lang, 2006) 66, note 54.]
- Satyavedasarasamgraha. [A theological treatise using advaitic terminology.]
- Satyavedasarasamgraha: A Short Exposition of the Essentials of the True Religion. Ed. J. Aelen. Nellore: St John's Press, 1931. [Amaladass and Young 367.]
- Satyavedasarasamgraha. [Following the edition of Aelen. 144 verses out of a total of 195. Some sections have been left out: vv. 53-62 (false gods); 78-85 (organic and inorganic matter); 105-111 (Hell and Heaven); 158-174 (false religion); some verses about the true religion (187-195) have been left out because they are regarded as polemical by the editors.] The Indian Christiad: A Concise Anthology of Didactic and Devotional Literature in Early Church Sanskrit, ed. A. Amaladass and R. Young (Anand: Gujarat Sahitya Prakash, 1995). 105-146.
- Tattvagrantha slokamulu. [Original, in Sanskrit.]
- Tattvagrantha slokamulu. 2nd ed. Reprinting, in Canarese characters, only part of the prayers, since several of them 'are obscure and have a defective meaning.' Bangalore Catholic Mission Press,1878.
- Tattvagrantha slokamulu. Nellore: St John's Press, 1931.
- Satya Veda Sara Sangraham. Ed. P. Rayana, SJ. Shembaganur, 1979. [Amaladass and Young, The Indian Christiad 370.]
- Common Prayers. The Indian Christiad: A Concise Anthology of Didactic and Devotional Literature in Early Church Sanskrit, ed. A. Amaladass and R. Young (Anand: Gujarat Sahitya Prakash, 1995). 147-195.
- Ezour Vedam. [The Jesus Veda.] Ed. F.S. Ellis. Asiatic Researches. Royal Asiatic Society, Bengal, 1822. [Dialogue between two Vedic sages, one monotheist and one polytheist, in which the monotheism of ‘pristine Hinduism’ prevails and is presented as pointing to Christian truth. This is one of 8 multi-authored or anonymous MS extant in both Sanskrit and French versions, possibly from Tamil and Bengali originals. Asian Christian Theologies 1:43.] [For authorship, see below.]
- Ezourvedam: A French Veda of the Eighteenth Century. Ed. Ludo Rocher. University of Pennsylvania Studies on South Asia, 1. Amsterdam and Philadelphia: John Benjamins, 1984. [Amaladass and Young 376.] Rocher (p. 60) shows that the author must have been a French missionary. According to a recent study by Urs App, the author was Jean Calmette (1692–1740): see Urs App, The Birth of Orientalism (Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2010) 372-407.
- Bach, Julien. Le Pere Calmette et les Missionaires Indianistes. Paris: Joseph Albanel, 1868. [Amaladass and Young, The Indian Christiad 371.]
- Dahmen, Pierre. "Exraits de lettres inedites du P. Jean Calmette, S.J., missionaire dans l'Inde." Revue d'histoire des missions 1 (1934) 109-125. [Amaladass and Young, The Indian Christiad 372.]
- Della Casa, Torino. "Il P. Calmette e le sue conoscenze indologiche." Studia Indologica: Festschrift fur Willibald Kirfel. Ed. Otto Spies. Bonn: Selbstverlag des Orientalischen Seminars, 1955. 53-64. [Amaladass and Young, The Indian Christiad 372.]