Anand Narain Mulla(1901 - 1997) (Urdu: آنند نرائن ملا) a Saraswat Kashmiri Pandit, born in October 1901 at Lucknow was a prominent Urdu poet of India. He was the 1964 Sahitya Akademi award in Urdu for his poetry, specifically the book Meri Hadis-e-Umr-e-Gurezan (میری حدیث اُمر گُریزاں). His first collection of poems "Ju-yi shir" published in 1949 was followed by "Hans cog" and "Bamhina bol". He was also a recipient of the prestigious literary award - "Iqbal Samman ".
His father, Jagat Narain Mulla was a leading advocate of his time who had also acted as Govt. prosecutor. Anand Narain Mulla was himself a leading practitioner of Law and was later on elevated to the Bench as a judge of the Allahabad High Court (23.08.1954 - 24.10.1961). After his retirement he practiced law as Senior Advocate of the Supreme Court of India.
Anand Narain Mulla was a crusader. He was a member of the Fourth Lok Sabha (1967 - 1970) elected as an Independent candidate from the Lucknow Constituency. Later on, he was also elected as a Rajya Sabha member (1972 - 1978) as a nominee of the ruling Congress Party.
In 1995 Anjuman Taraqqi-yi published a book by Khaliq Anjum titled "Pandit Anand Narain Mulla ki Adabi khidmat " to commemorate his services to Urdu language.
Anand Narain Mulla died on 12 June 1997 in New Delhi aged 96 years.