Sukhvinder Kaur from Amritsar is on the hot seat. She is a tuition teacher who teaches primary Students from 1st to 5th grade. She is married and has a daughter and a son. In 2001, she has an arranged marriage. She and her husband have been very progressive even after belonging to a typical traditional family?

Sukhvinder teaches six to seven students in her tuition classes at her home as her in-laws are diabetic patients and she wants to take care of them while taking her classes.

 

Check out the toughest questions from tonight’s episode:

 

How many minutes are there between 10:05 AM and 11:05 AM?

60 minutes

Which of these is found in the largest quantity on earth?

Water

Which was first held in 1951- 52 in India?

1951–52 Lok Sabha election

Which river does not flow into the sea or ocean directly but joins another river?

Yamuna

According to the Brahanda Purana, which avatar of Vishnu killed his own mother at his father’s command?

Parashurama

Which British envoy entered into a pact called the Treaty of Amritsar with Maharaja Ranjit Singh in 1809?

Charles T Metcalfe

Sukhvinder’s husband has named her ‘Google’ as only Sukhvinder, out of everybody in the family, is able to find everything at home.
After winning her Lok Sabha seat in 2019, who tweeted: ”Kaun kehta hai aasman mein surakh nahi ho sakta”?
Smriti Irani
Which mountaineer successfully scaled Mt. Everest for a record 24th time in May 2019?
Kami Rita Sherpa
In the Valmiki Ramayana, which headless rakshasa or demon seizes Rama and Lakshman in the Dandaka forest when they head south after cremating Jatayu?
Kabandha
Which Nobel Peace Prize-winning non-governmental organization was founded by Peter Benenson in 1961 in Britain?
Sukhvinder has won Rs 12, 50,000.
Big B introduces Karamveer Sudha Murthy – chairperson Infosys Foundation and Writer which supports educational programs and rural development in remote areas of India. Amitabh Bachchan welcomes her on KBC.
Sudha was the first woman engineer to be employed at Tata Engineering and Locomotive Company, India’s largest auto manufacturer. However, she quit her job to build Infosys with her husband. Her work concentrates on healthcare, education, women’s empowerment, public hygiene, arts, culture and poverty alleviation. Her foundation has rehabilitated people suffering from post-natural disasters in India and has built 2,600 houses in flood-affected areas.

Through the Infosys Foundation, she provides financial support to the underprivileged artists and provides them a platform through various mediums in India as well as abroad tpo promote and recognize their art.

When Sudha Ji left the company Mr. JRD Tata told her ”If you make a lot of money then you have to give it back to the society because you got so much love from it”. This inspired her and today, she does not accept any donations for her foundation.

Sudha Ji abolished the Devadasi system in Raichur district and about 3,000 devadasis have been rehabilitated through vocational and skill training. She ensured that Devadasis and their children get proper education and be successful in various professions.

As a result of her vision, 60,000 libraries were established in schools, many schools have been equipped with facilities and some have been rebuilt from scratch. In the field of healthcare, she has built outpatient departments, wards, operation theaters and 16,000 toilets in various states.