Mother Teresa was born on 26th of August in 1910 Skopje, Macedonia in a Catholic religious family. Her birth name was Agnes Gonxha Bojaxhiu who became later famous as the Mother Teresa after her great works and life achievements. She decided to become a nun in her childhood. She had joined a convent in the year 1928 and then came to India. Once, Mother Teresa was returning from her visit, she became very and her heart was broken after seeing people’s sadness in a Kolkata slum. That incident upset her mind a lot and made her many nights sleepless. She started thinking some ways to decrease people suffering in the slum. She was famous for her social restrictions so she prayed to God for getting some guidance.
Eventually, she got a message from God on 10th of September in 1937 to leave the convent and serve needy people. Afterward, she started serving to the poor people. She chose to wear a simple dress of white sari having a blue border. Soon, young girls began united her group to provide kind support to the needy people of the poor community. She decided to make a dedicated group of sisters which would always be ready for serving to needy in any condition. Later, the group of devoted sisters called as “Missionaries of Charity.”
She was a very religious and prominent lady who is also known as “Saint of the Gutters.” She had devoted her whole life in front of us as a true mother by giving social services of full dedication and love to the poor people of the Indian. She is also known as “saint of our times” or “angel” or “a beacon in the world of darkness.” Mother Teresa left us forever on 5 September 1997 at Kolkata, India.