Devaki's body of work spans over 3 decades across multiple genres ranging from classical to fusion and across multiple mediums from cinema to television as well. She has won numerous accolades and has received recognition on the national and international stage. Beginning from Balgeet recorded in 1977 when Devaki was just 12 years old, to her performances in the last decade at prestigious musical festivals and sammelans like Malhar festival, Sawai Gandharva Mahotsav and Tansen Samorah at Gwalior Devaki's has truly been a very memorable journey.

Classical, Devotional and Fusion
Being a trained classical singer, she has devoted her time to creating a multitude of classical and devotional albums that touch your soul.  Inner Soul was her first classical release. Some of her other appreciated classical albums include Sandesh, Bandish and Ashta Prahaar. She has worked on successful fusion albums with some of the leading names in the industry including "Halka Nasha" with Hariharan, "Krishnotsav" with Pandit Hariprasad Chaurasia and "Here" with Amrish Leibe.

Television and Cinema
Devaki has lent her voice to the title tracks of some of the most popular Hindi and Marathi Teleserials. Her work in Marathi television includes Abhaal Maya, Jaga Vegli, Adhuri Ek Kahaani and Avaghaache Sansaar. In Hindi, she has sung for Ramayana, Hasratein, Srikant and Tera Panne. She has lent her voice to the background scores of Monsoon Wedding, Water and Astitva.

For cinema she has rendered memorable songs in the role of a playback singer, both for Hindi and Marathi feature films. Some of the Hindi movies she has sung for are Astitva, Saaz, Monsoon Wedding, Kabhi Haan Kabhi Naa among many others. Some of the Marathi films that she las lent her voice to are Ardhangi - that won her the Maharashtra State Award for "Best Playback Singer" - Saavli, Ek Hota Vidushak, Me Sindhutai Sapkal, Ai Shapat and many more.