Sudha Murthy is a motivation for all women in society. Sudha is known for her simplicity and social work. She has personally contributed to programs benefiting war widows, and to the cause of education, sanitation, and arts. She is a great Indian author.
Sudha Murthy was born on 19 August 1951 in Shiggaon, Haveri in Karnataka. She began her professional career in computer science and engineering.
She is not only the chairperson of the Infosys Foundation, but also an Indian educator, author, and philanthropist. She is married to the co-founder of Infosys, N. R. Narayana Murthy.
Sudha Murthy was awarded Padma Shri, the fourth highest civilian award in India, for her social work by the Government of India in 2006. Later in 2023, she was awarded the Padma Bhushan, the third-highest civilian award in India. People poured their love for her and commented on social media “ It’s a proud moment” “ Truly an inspiration” and “Congratulations mam”.
Sudha Murthy has built 2,300 houses in flood-affected areas. Her social work covers public hygiene, healthcare, education, women empowerment, art, and culture. She built around 70,000 libraries in various schools and 16,000 toilets. Her books carry a very good message to society. Some famous books of Sudha Murthy are The mother I Never Knew, Three thousand stitches, Wise and Otherwise, and Dollar Bahu.
Sudha Murthy’s quotes are an inspiration to all kinds of people in society. Here there are some Quotes from Sudha Murthy.
“Vision without action is merely a dream, action without vision is merely passing time, but vision and action together can change the world.” – Sudha Murthy, Wise & Otherwise
“There is a difference between loneliness and solitude. Loneliness is boring,
whereas in solitude you can inspect and examine your deeds and your
thoughts.” – Sudha Murthy, How I Taught My Grandmother to Read
“A fire cannot be extinguished with another fire. It is the only water that
can make a difference.” – Sudha Murthy, The Day I Stopped Drinking Milk
“If you try to please everyone, you will please no one. It is impossible to lead
your life for others’ happiness.” – Sudha Murthy, Wise & Otherwise
“When a doctor makes a mistake, a person goes six feet below the ground.
When a judge makes a mistake, a person is hung six feet above the
ground. But when a teacher makes a mistake, the entire batch of students
is destroyed. Don’t ever look down on teachers.” – Sudha Murthy, The Day I
Stopped Drinking Milk
“You should not be so sensitive. Sensitive people suffer a lot in life.”
– Sudha Murthy, How I Taught My Grandmother to Read
“Rich or poor, it is good to do our own work and be fit.” – Sudha Murthy, A
Cure For Laziness