- Where and when was mother Teresa born?
- What did she do at the age of eighteen?
- For whom did her heart cry?
- What did she do for the dying destitute?
- When and why was she awarded the noble prize?
Answer: Mother Teresa was born on the 26th August of 1910 at Skopje in Yugoslavia. Her father was an Albanian builder. She has two brothers and a sister. They were older than she. At the age of eighteen, she joined the order of the sister of our Lady of Loreto in Ireland. In 1928, she began her journey to India and in 1931 she began teaching at a Calcutta girl’s school. She was a very kind-hearted woman. The mother in her always cried for the sufferings of the poor and the down-trodden. She was greatly moved by the miserable condition of the distressed people in the streets. She founded a home called ‘dying destitute’ in 1953 to look for peach. This large-hearted woman breathed her last on the 5th September 1997.
- Where was Mother Teresa born?
- What was her father?
- What do you know about her behavior?
- What did she want to do?
- When did she join the order of the sisters of our Lady of Loreto in Ireland?
- What were her activities in India?
- When and why did she receive Nobel Prize?
- When did she die?
Answer: Mother Teresa was born on 26th August 1910. Her fathers was an Albanian and he was a builder. She was born in Skopje in Macedonia. She was the third child of her parents. She was very polite and modest. She wanted to be a helping hand to the destitute. At the age of 18, she joined the order of the sisters of our Lady of Loreto in Ireland. In 1928 she began her journey to India. In 1931 she began teaching at a Calcutta girls’ school. To make her vision fruitful she founded Nirmal Hriday’ in 1952. In 1953 she started an orphanage. Then she set up a missionary too. The missionary helped the wounded, the diseased and the helpless. In 1957 she and her missionaries of charity began working with the helpless. She continued all her programmes with the fund she collected from the charity of some wealthy people. As a recognition of her work, she got Nobel Prize in 1979. She breathed her last on 5th September 1997 at the age of 87, At her death, the world lost a great woman.
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