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Books by Sudha Murty sudha murthy Sudha Murty Sudha Murty (Bengali: সুদাহ মুর্তি) is an Indian author and literary critic based in Bangalore. She is the chairperson of the Infosys Foundation and former editor of the magazine Asal. She is one of the most respected figures in modern Bengali fiction, writing numerous novels, short story collections, and children's books. Sudha Murty and her husband, the literary critic K. Srujan Raju, have been awarded the Sahitya Akademi Award for her novel Mahashweta in 2002 and the Padma Shri in 2010. She lives in Bangalore, India. Kamini Bhargava Books Sudha Murthy has published three novels in the sub-genre of'mythology' called "The Sage with Two Horns." The novels in this series are: The Sage with Two Horns; The Married Herdman; The Sugar Girl and The Dewy Dawn. Her recent novel "The Sage with Two Horns" received a Padma Shri in 2010. Sudha Murthy has edited several magazines, including "Asal," "Amrita," and "Kavika." She also chairs the Infosys Foundation. She is married to K. Srujan Raju and lives in Bangalore. Sudha Murthy Books Sudha Murty is the author of the long-running series of fantasy novels The Sage with Two Horns. This fantasy series tells the story of two children born in a city ruled by gods, who grow up to become heroes, and the two women who love them. Sudha Murthy Books - Books by Sudha Murthy Sudha Murthy is an Indian fiction writer of Bengali origin, who writes several novels, short story collections, children's books and a series of books on mythology. The novels she has written have earned her critical acclaim, as well as many awards. One of her books, Maa, is the longest piece of writing ever translated into English from Bengali. Sudha Murthy has been named one of the country's best writers by the Ministry of Culture. She has also written extensively on literary issues, such as the role of women in society, and the experience of her students in the higher education system.