Sudha Murty Analysis

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Femininity is not about rules. Rules are rigid, and a really feminine woman is definitely not rigid! Femininity is about being FREE. Free to be yourself, free to love, and be loved, free to not judge others, free to want the best for others, free to not expect others to conform to your rules, free to understand, free to lead and not follow, free to believe rather than doubt, free to be a force for good, free to care, free to love yourself, free to…. (there are lots more). . . . By free I mean to not be trapped in your own negative beliefs, and to not trap yourself and stop yourself from fulfilling your full potential in your life. Ultimately, you’re here on this site because you want more, and you want to learn. I think all of us…show more content…
While her generous and benevolent nature has earned her the Padma Shri, the fourth highest ranking official as per the Government of India, her genuine concern for the afflicted and the captivating projection of the same through her works has carved an indelible niche for her amidst the world of glorious writers. She is the proud recipient of R. K. Narayan Award for literature. She works both physically and intellectually for the welfare and uplift of the common man. Every move of her is toward the betterment of the society, rural development and women empowerment. This living legend is a woman of practicable principles, high integrity and uncompromising sincerity and…show more content…
One of her outstanding works is Mahashweta. This story revolves around Anupama, a young college student of “extra-ordinary beauty” who is “startlingly lovely, truly incomparable, a superb and brilliant actress, an excellent student” (Murty 8) and a rare combination of “beauty and histrionic talent” (Murty 11). She is the eldest daughter of a very poor village school teacher and has been pursuing her studies with the help of the merit scholarship that her brilliance has earned for
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