New Delhi :

Writer Sudha Murthy, who was selected for the prestigious Padma Bhushan this year, on Tuesday shared important advice, especially how to deal with controversies, for her husband and Infosys founder NR Narayana Murthy, her son-in-law and UK PM Rishi Sunak and daughter Akshata Murthy. Why?

He said, "There are always controversies with those who remain in headlines" and appealed to them and others to be morally correct and work with integrity.

In the year 1981, Sudha Murthy fully supported her husband's idea of ​​setting up a company and gave him an amount of Rs 10,000.

After being selected for the country's third highest civilian honour, Sudha Murthy said in an interview to NDTV, "Everyone has their own capabilities and their own limitations too."

Giving advice to women, especially women who are active in personal life as well as professional life, she said, “I want to say to all Indian women that when children come they become priority. If you stick to your profession, you can't achieve the same level. Remember, age is no bar. It's your passion that takes you to the top."

Citing her own life, she said, "When I left my career behind, I never thought this (writing career) would be possible... It was difficult for me because I was a technocrat and worked in a technical company. But I preferred to do something else rather than complain."

Significantly, Sudha Murthy, originally an engineer and computer science expert, has written more than 20 books.

She said, "I have a passion for writing. I used to write in Kannada...when my first book was published in English, it was a turning point in my life because then it could be translated into all languages...I myself Could re-sculpt." Infosys is one of the top IT companies in the world.

He said, "Money is very important in life because then you can help more people (but) what is there to show for wealth? There were rich people before me and there will be rich people after me."

On giving Rs 10,000 of her savings to her husband to set up an IT company in the 1970s-1980s, she said, "I gave him this amount to fulfill his dream. If he doesn't succeed, we will Would have gone back to the house. All I wanted was a two bedroom house and a scooter." When asked who is the boss in the house, Sudha said, 

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