“My mother used to say that a guest was like God, and the way you treated your guests revealed what kind of person you really were,” he told wife Sudha. “When my father invited someone over without advance notice, she often served the guest her own food and went to sleep without dinner. And here was Donn enjoying a good night’s sleep in his luxurious bed after making me spend the night on a big box in a windowless storeroom,” he said, leaving Sudha furious.
The book also mentions how Murthy was averse to his wife joining Infosys in spite of being a fine engineer who knew she could contribute far more solidly to the company than helping with only the odds and ends that her husband assigned to her.
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