Biography of Sudha Murti
Name: Sudha Murthy
Date of Birth: 19 August 1950
Location: Savalgi, Jamkhandi, Karnataka, India
Spouse: NR Narayana Murthy
Profession: President, Infosys Foundation Writer Kannada and English
early life :
Sudha Murthy was born on 19th August 1950. She was born in Savaligi Jamkhandi Karnataka, India. Sudha Murti has been brought up by her parents and maternal grandparents. Murthy has completed BE in Electrical and Electronics Engineering from BVB College of Engineering and Technology.
Murthy stood first in her class. And has received gold medal from the Chief Minister of Karnataka. Sudha Murthy has completed Gold ME in Computer Science from Indian Institute of Science. And has received Gold Medal from Indian Institute of Engineers. Sudha Murthy married NR Narayana Murthy while working as an engineer in TELCO in Pune.
Sudha Murthy has become the first female engineer to work in India’s largest auto manufacturer TATA Engineering and Locomotive Company. Postcard was written. Varyhiya has joined Balachandra Group of Industries in Pune as a Systems Analyst.
In 1990 he was a Trustee of INposy Foundation and Visiting Professor at PG Center of Bangalore University. He has also taught at Christa University. Murthy has written and published several books, two of which are travelogues, two technical books, two novels and three educational books. Murthy Infosys Foundation is a public charitable trust established in 1996.
And Murthy is one of the trustees. Sudha Murthy is a famous story writer in Kannada and English. He has published many books mainly through Penguin. In which through the medium of fiction, he has expressed his philosopher on charity and spiritual realization. She is the chairperson of the Infosys Foundation and a member of the Public Health Care Initiative of the Greater Foundation.
He has established several orphanages. Has supported the Karnataka government’s movement to provide schools with all computer and library facilities. And the Murthy Classical Library of India has been established at Harvard University.
Murthy took a bold step to start computer and library facilities in all schools in Karnataka and taught computer science. Murthy is known for many social works and contribution to literature in Kannada and English.
Mrilrup Se was a novel written by Uneka in Kannada and later translated as Dollar Bahu. Which was a novel translated as Zee TV. Which was adapted as a television dramatic series by GTV in 2001. Written by Sudha Murthy And he has acted in Marathi film Pratirup and Kannada film Prathna.
- Won Gold Medal from Indian Institute of Engineers, India for securing first rank in M.Tech in all branches of Engineering.
- The Chief Minister of Karnataka Shri Devraj Urs has got the Gold Medal for securing the highest marks in BE of all the Engineering Universities in Karnataka.
- Cash award for securing highest marks in SSLC.
- CS Desai Award for standing first in the University Exams of Karnataka.
- Youth Services Department Award of Government of Karnataka for being the best engineering student of Karnataka.
- Best Teacher Award from Rotary Club of Bangalore in 1995.
- National Award from the Public Relations Society of India for outstanding social service to the society.
- Atimabe Award for his technical book in Kannada.
- Award for Outstanding Social Service by Rotary South.
- Ojaswini Award for the year 2001 for outstanding social work.
- Millennium Mahila Shiromani Award |
- Raja Lakshmi Puraskar by Raj Lakshmi Foundation in Chennai in 2004.
- Hemmay Kannadia Award has been received from Television in 2019.
- Dollar sack.
- Kaveri Inda Mekangine.
- Hakkiya Teradalli.
- Nunia Sahasaglu.
- Samnaralli Asamanaru.
- Computer Lokdalli|
- Yerlitada Daryalli.
- The Mother I Never Know.
- Three thousand stitches.
- Man from egg.
- Here and there everywhere.
- The magic of Losta Temple.
- How I read to my grandmother and read other stories.
- The Old Man and His God.
- prudent and otherwise.
- Revenge of the Serpent.
- House of Pages.
- Bird with golden wigs.
- How the sea became salty.
- Daughter from a wishing tree.
- Grandmother’s stories.