Mandira Ghosh is a poet and author of eminence. She has published ten books that includes, four volumes of verses, Aroma, New SunBenares;The Sacred City—In Verses and Hymns, and Cosmic Tour. Her other acclaimed books are Songin a City (A Novel), Folk Music of the Himalayas, The Cosmic Dance of Shiva, Shiva and Shakti in Indian Mythology, Impact of Famine on Bengali Literature,andTantra, Mantra and Yantra. She is awarded with a Senior Fellowship of the Ministry of Culture, Government of India. The title of her project is ‘Impact of Famine on Bengali Literature.’ which has been published as a book in 2014. She has extensively translated noted Bengali poets and authors for this book.
Her poems, short stories, book reviews, articles and translations have been published in various journals, newspapers and magazines such as the Pioneer, Indian Literature, The Seventh Quarry, The Journal of the Poetry Society (India), The Enchanting Verses Review in India and abroad. She has received Editors Choice Award, twice by the International Society of Poets and has been elected into International Poetry Hall of Fame.
A multi-dimensional personality, with wide interests, she has made remarkable contribution to Indian literary scene and also has organised several programmes at India International Centre, India Habitat Centre and DELNET, India. Interviewed on AIR and PrasarBharati on Impact of Famine on Bengali literature, and The Cosmic Dance of Shiva.
She is a member of the India International Centre, India Habitat Centre, Indian Society of Authors, Indian Society of History of Religions, International Society of Poets and the present treasurer of the Poetry Society (India). She is also the Guest Editor of the Poets of India, Special Issue of The Seventh Quarry, The Swansea Magazine from Wales.
Through her work, she has arrived at a point where science meets metaphysics and all arts. She has used scientific terms in several poems. She is a postgraduate in English Literature, B.Ed. and a post graduate diploma holder in Journalism, from Bharatiya VidyaBhawan, New Delhi, India. She has been an educator for the past eighteen years.