Wise & Otherwise - WikipediaA prolific writer in English and Kannada, Sudha Murty has written novels , technical books, travelogues, collections of short stories and non- fictional pieces, and books for children. Her books have been translated into all the major Indian languages. Murty was the recipient of the R. Narayan Award for Literature and the Padma Shri in , and the Attimabbe Award from the government of Karnataka for excellence in Kannada literature in Murty is a notable philanthropist working as the chairperson of the Infosys Foundation and a member of public healthcare initiatives of the Gates Foundation. Her vision of a library for each school has resulted in the setting up of 50, libraries so far. Through the Infosys Foundation, she has built 2, houses in the flood-affected areas.
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As I said, she has written nine novels. A prolific writer in English and Kannada, the story gets less space than what Sudha thinks ab. We will get back to you shortly. Upload othegwise picture.Will read more of this simple sweet lady. I happened to read this book as I was given this book to keep. A woman on death bed thinking about helping other with remaining money which author gave for her treatment, she passed away leaving her wish to her brother to fulfill for her sake. These are stories of very ordinary people, but the stories- like the lives of people in them - are not ordinary.
Comments 1. If youu r a lesson seeker in every incident of life then youu must buy this book immediately, I was thinking of doing this book in Braille for the blind children. Send OTP. In fact, every story has its new meaning which can bring happiness to your life.
As the Chairperson of the Infosys Foundation, she has come across many types of people in her office as well as while travelling during the course of her work. Each story covers a facet of human nature and has something to tell. Her stories cover the length and breadth of India and she has stories about various types of characters like the honest college student, who despite being poor returned the unspent money that he received for his hostel accommodation. She mentions about two teenagers she had met on the flight from Delhi to Bangalore who did not know our history we should blame ourselves for it , about her friend who takes life in a positive way after she sees a beggar dancing in the rain and there is this story about a man who lies that he knows her in order to sell books to the Foundation. In one story, she mentions about a salesgirl she meets in a train, who first gives her a headache and then sells her the balm. In another, she talks about a mother who is praying that her stove burst victim daughter dies. She talks about her friend who succeeds in life because she is a realist.