Wise & Otherwise is now in Kannada | Bengaluru News - Times of IndiaThis article will be permanently flagged as inappropriate and made unaccessible to everyone. Are you certain this article is inappropriate? Email Address:. Murthy began her professional career as a computer scientist and engineer. She is the chairperson of the Infosys Foundation and a member of public health care initiatives of the Gates Foundation. Murthy is best known for her social work and her plethora of stories. Sudha Murthy was born in Shiggaon in Karnataka , India.
Wise And Otherwise
Sudha Murthy began her professional career as a computer scientist and engineer. She is the chairperson of the Infosys Foundation and a member of public health care initiatives of the Gates Foundation. Murthy is best known for her social work and her contribution to literature in Kannada and English. She is considered as one of the best authors in India. Kulkarni and his wife Vimala Kulkarni. She Was raised by her parents and maternal grandparents.
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Wise And Otherwise, written by Sudha Murthy, is a collection of short stories based on the author's real-life experiences from her travels all over the country. The stories or narrations, 50 in all, are very short. Most of them are narrations of her personal observations and encounters with people during her travel. There is the story about a man and his father, wherein the father is sent to an old age home by the son as he is considered a stranger. In another story, the author talks about a woman who wants to thank someone from her death bed.