Ananya S. Guha

Author Of:

  1. What Else Is Alive ( Poetry, Writer Workshop, Calcutta)
  2. Poems ( Poerty Writers Workshop, Calcutta)
  3. A  Hill Station And Other Poems ( Minerva  Press, New Delhi/ London)
  4. There Is Winter By Touch ( Authorspress , New Delhi)
  5. Rhyme and Reason ( Poetry For Children , Partidge , India/ USA)
  6. Creativity Is Fun ( Text books For School Children)
  7. Tradition and Modernism in Novel Of Willam Golding ( A book of literary criticism)
  8. Dusk Descends ( Erbacce Press, UK)


Anaya.S. Guha has been born and brought up in Shillong and works as a Senior Academic in the Indra Gandhi National Open Univerisity in several capacities: Assistant Redional Director , Regional Director ,Joint Director , Officer on Special Duty and Senior Regional Director.

Prior to that he was a teacher in St. Edmund’s College , Shillong. He holds a Doctoral Degree on the Novels of Willam Golding. His poems have been widely anthologized by publishers such as Penguin India and Herper Colins , India. They have been published both in print Magazines in India and Abroad. He also writes Newspaper articles and book reviews. He writes for online magazines as well. He edits the poetry column of two online magazines , one in India and one in the USA. He has translated poetry into English from Bengali. He has been invited to various for as a public speaker.

He is poetry editor at Peregrine Muse, a site based in the USA .

He has written on matters related to Education, Distance  Education & Vocational and has presented papers in International Conferences in Hong Kong, Malaysia, Bahrain, New Delhi &  London. He has worked in the area of vocational education & has developed courses on Citizen Journalism, Volunteering, Welding, Folk Theatre & Permonce In North East India.

He has written regularly for the Citizen Journalism site:


 1. What Else is Alive

They are mainly collections of Poetry.






5. Rhyme and Reason ( Poetry For Children , Partidge , India/ USA)Ananya Guha's cover page







8. Dusk DescendsDusk Descends

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Extracted from page 144 of The Irish Legacy: A Story of the Irish Contribution to Education in India. Published by The Embassy of Ireland, New Delhi, 2012