Mother Teresa

Mother Teresa was a harbinger of peace and a great worker of humanity. She dedicated herself for the welfare of the poor people. She was born on August 26, 1910 in skopje, Macedonia but she selected India as her work place. Now her benevolent activities are spreading all over the world. In India, she was moved to see the epidemic that spread in the streets of Calcutta. There she founded a nursing home named “Nirmol Hridoy”. She and her fellow nurses brought dying people off the streets of Calcutta to this home to take care of them. After the liberation war of Bangladesh in 1971, she came to Bangladesh to help our people. Thus , Mother Teresa extended her hands of mercy to the sick, dying helpless and destitute with motherly affection lifelong. In recognition of her selfless work of humanity, she was awarded Nobel Prize for peace in 1979. This great woman died in September 5, 1997. The world will ever remember this lofty humane worker.

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