Top 5 Books by Sudha Murthy – Check it out

In a world full of technology and Social Media, sometimes we all need a little break to ground ourselves and connect ourselves with solitude and peace, giving rest to only our bodies, and eyes, but also our minds. And what can be better than grabbing a little book, with maybe a cup of coffee or tea, near a window or out in nature, and enjoying the moment, the present time? Books are indeed one of the greatest companions of the human breed. As said by the writer Oscar Wilde, “With Freedom, Flowers, Moon and Books, who could not be happy?”.

And a good book is far more special and beautiful than its content craved in pages that are glued together with two covers as the door to their world. A good book is like a mirror which reflects the imagination and beauty of the mind that the author possesses. Just like a video camera, which records beautiful things, a book records the beauty that resides inside a person’s mind. As they also say, “If you want to know a person, try to know about their favourite Books”.



And one such amazing gifted Author that our country has, is Sudha Murthy, 72 years old, an Indian author who has given birth to many amazing and mind-blowing books.

So here are the top 5 books by Sudha Murthy that every Book lover should read:-

1) The Magic of The Lost Temple.

The Magic of the Lost Temple is an Adventure-fiction book, which follows the curious character of a girl named Nooni, who is amazed by her lifestyle in her grandparent’s house. She engages herself in many fun activities such as Papad making, taking walks in nature, and making new friends. However, her life takes an unexpected turn when she founds a very old step well.

The Magic Of The Lost Temple**

2) How I Taught my Grandmother to Read.

“How I taught my Grandmother to Read” is a wholesome and inspiring story of an old uneducated lady called ‘Krishtakka’, which decided to learn to read and write.

How I Taught My Grandmother to Read: And Other Stories [Paperback] Sudha Murty

3) Mother I Never Knew

“Mother I Never Knew” is a book that once you start reading, will become hard for you to put down. The book follows a character called Mukesh, who is shocked to know that he is adopted, after his father’s death. To find his true identity and biological mother, Mukesh starts a journey to find the answers to his questions, however, he is confused if he should be loyal to the mother who has been with him since his childhood, or the mother who he never knew.

Mother I Never Knew, The: Two Novellas

4) Grandma’s Bag of Stories

Sudha Murty’s “Grandma’s Bag of Stories” is the perfect gift for all the story listeners and their parents or grandparents who are assigned the duty of reciting a story to the kids in the house.

The book is a compilation of different and fun stories by a grandmother who recites them for her 7-year granddaughter.

Grandma’s Bag of Stories: Collection of 20+ Illustrated short stories, traditional Indian folk tales for all ages for children of all ages by Sudha Murty [Paperback] Sudha Murty

5) Wise or Otherwise.

Sudha Murty’s “Wise or Otherwise” is not just any other book, but a journey of Sudha’s experiences during her travels around entire India. The book will make its readers understand different emotions, which are the direct result of different circumstances.

Wise and Otherwise: A salute to Life [Paperback] Sudha Murty