Sudha Murthy is an Indian writer who was born in 1950 in the town of Shiggaon, Karnataka. She is also the Infosys Foundation's chairperson. She writes in Kannada and English and has authored collections of short stories, travelogues, technical books, non-fiction stories, novels and children's books. Her books have been sold to over four lakh individuals and they have been translated into a number of prominent languages in India.
She is the recipient of various prestigious awards like the Padma Shri, the R.K. Narayan Award for Literature and the Attimabbe Award from the Government of Karnataka for excellence in Kannada literature. Her other works include The Bird with Golden Wings : Stories of Wit and Magic, Grandma's Bag of Stories, Gently Falls the Bakula, The Day I Stopped Drinking Milk: Life Stories from Here and There and Dollar Bahu.
Sudha Murthy, Infosys - an interview (in English)
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