Mother Teresa Birth Anniversary: Today: is the 109th birth anniversary of Mother Teresa, the angel of peace and the icon of humanity. He was born on 26 August 1910 in an Albanian family. The world knows her as Mother Teresa, but in reality her name was Agnes Gonzha Boyajiju. He served the poor and the afflicted of India, and devoted his whole life to serving leprosy patients and orphans. Due to his work, he has been awarded the Nobel Peace Prize.
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She became Sister Teresa at the age of 18 with initiation into Loreto Sisters. Then she came to India and joined the teaching like Christian nuns. One day while teaching at St. Mary’s High School in Kolkata, she was distracted by the impoverishment spread outside the walls of the convent. That pain was not tolerated by them and they started going to raw settlements and started doing service work. ‘The work done with true dedication and hard work never fails’, this saying proved to be true with Mother Teresa.
Nobel Prize Honored
For this reason, he was awarded the Nobel Prize in 1979 for his significant contribution in the field of peace and goodwill. Today, on his birth anniversary, a special prayer was organized at Mother House in Kolkata. This prayer was organized by the Sisters of the Missionaries of Charity.
Got Bharat Ratna in 1980
When Teresa returned to the country in 1979 with the Nobel Peace Prize. The next year, in the year 1980, he received the Bharat Ratna. Mother Teresa’s health was getting worse day by day while serving the helpless. He resigned from the post of the institution in 1996 due to continued poor health. After this, on 5 September 1997, Mother Teresa said goodbye to this world at the age of 87.