Mother Teresa, A Divine Soul
Mother Teresa had personified peace and love, through her sacred deeds. This compassionate woman had become synonymous of the word 'Mother' to thousands of orphan children who were not unfortunate to have the love of their real mothers. She was owner of unmatched popularity, only next to Mahatma Gandhi. Despite her growing age, her saintly glow and energy were the things her devotees loved to see.
She was born on August 26, 1910 in
Mother Teresa, Mother of Children of India
Since the day Mother Teresa put her first foot in
The awards and recognitions she was given were many in number. But she had kept her work going on without looking at the awards. The Government of India was very quick in recognizing her humanitarian services. She was given a prestigious award of Padma Shri in the year 1962. After that she continued to figure in the lists giving high awards of national and international importance.
Mother Teresa and Nobel Prize
The Noble Prize Committee acknowledged the services she had done to the poor people and orphans and the humanitarian activities she had done during her life. She was given Noble Prize for Peace in the year 1979. By giving this prize to Mother Teresa, the Nobel Prize committee has enhanced the value of the prize itself.
Mother Tresa, A Saint of Twentieth Century
It is not of much importance whether she is to be declared as Saint by the followers of Christian religion or not. She was a living Saint. The people of