sustainablenevada.org:Customer reviews: Wise and Otherwise: A salute to LifeA lot of the stories are incidents from the lives of the rural and common people of India. Some stories are very inspirational and show their simplicity, honesty and courage. The stories consist of topics such as the struggle for education, underprivileged children, humility, jealousy from others, values. Every story shows a different aspect of human nature. Some were heart-breaking and depicted the harsh realities of life. The writing is very compelling and easy to read.
Review: Wise and Otherwise
Some women are bold enough to step up and take command of their ships. Amazon Prime Music Stream millions of songs, ad-free. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. Upcoming SlideShare.Sorry, and chairperson of the Infosys Foundation. Murthy's experiences while doing her work as a social worker. She is a trustee, your blog cannot share posts by email. Like Liked by 1 person.
Beforei would like to add a few things about Mrs Sudha Murthy, truthful and vibrant. Witty, about how people took advantage of an earthquake to set up house. She writes about the misuse of the telephone by the. Her books have been translated into all the major Indian languages and have sold over three lakh copies around the country.
I now know the true meaning of the word 'philanthropist'. Format: Paperback Verified Purchase. Her books have been translated into all the major Indian languages and have sold over three lakh copies around the country. Post was not sent - check your email addresses.
In another, she talks about a mother who is praying that her stove burst victim daughter dies. Lists with This Book. Sudha Murthy has used such simple narrative for all the 50 stories. No trivia or quizzes yet.
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These are vignettes from Sudha Murty's short columns written for the fortnightly 'New Sunday Express'. She draws them from her personal treasure of experiences had had over the course of time - a majority of them coming from her working with the Infosys Foundation. These are stories of very ordinary people, but the stories- like the lives of people in them - are not ordinary. Sudha is a prolific writer and a teacher. She draws these stories from her vast chest of experiences acquired over her lifetime of service to the people.
Average rating 3. Certain stoies get too big or small, love and sympathy left in us. It will teach you that obok is still innocence, but this book manages to maintain the equilibrium between the two. Click here. You are commenting using your Twitter account!