Eaindra is from the Irrawaddy Delta. Since her first chapbook in 1993, Eaindra has been one of the most tenacious Burmese poets of her generation.
Eaindra has chalked up more than sixty poems and seventeen short stories in the Burmese magazines and her poems in translation have appeared in the international publications such as Modern Poetry in Translation. Her first collection As if It Were for a Poem was released in Yangon in March 2012. In October 2012, along with two senior Burmese poets, Eaindra read at various locations in the UK on a tour of Bones will Crow: 15 Contemporary Burmese Poets. Eaindra is a prolific blogger and a founding member of the Aesthetic Light Foundation – a charity that aims to promote the well-being of Burmese writers living in Burma. She is also an engineer for a construction company in Singapore.