Mother Teresa

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Biography:


Stage Name:
Mother Teresa

Nickname(s):
Blessed Teresa of Calcutta

Real Name:
Anjezë Gonxhe Bojaxhiu


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Mother Teresa Age, Biography, Facts & More

Mother Teresa is a Ottoman subject (1910-1912)

Serbian subject (1912-1915)

Bulgarian subject (1915-1918)

Yugoslavian subject (1918-1943)

Yugoslavian citizen (1943-1948)

Indian citizen (1948-1997), N/A. Mother Teresa was born on Friday, August 26, 1910 at Ãœskup, Kosovo Vilayet, Ottoman Empire

(modern Skopje, Republic of Macedonia)

Date of Death5 September 1997

Place of DeathCalcutta (now Kolkata), West Bengal, India

Age (as on 5 September 1997)87 Years and Zodiac Sign is Virgo. Mother Teresa hails from Skopje, Macedonia, religion belongs to is Catholic

Ethnicity: Albanian and nationality, Ottoman subject (1910-1912)

Serbian subject (1912-1915)

Bulgarian subject (1915-1918)

Yugoslavian subject (1918-1943)

Yugoslavian citizen (1943-1948)

Indian citizen (1948-1997).

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NameMother Teresa
Real NameAnjezë Gonxhe Bojaxhiu
Pet / Nick NameBlessed Teresa of Calcutta
Sex
NationalityOttoman subject (1910-1912)

Serbian subject (1912-1915)

Bulgarian subject (1915-1918)

Yugoslavian subject (1918-1943)

Yugoslavian citizen (1943-1948)

Indian citizen (1948-1997)

ProfessionN/A
Origin

Age, Dob, Birthplace, zodiac, star sign

Mother Teresa Age (Current) 111 years, 8 month, 26 days
Date Of Birth (DOB)Friday, August 26, 1910 (M/D/Y)26 August 1910

Birth PlaceÃœskup, Kosovo Vilayet, Ottoman Empire

(modern Skopje, Republic of Macedonia) (M/D/Y)

BirthplaceÃœskup, Kosovo Vilayet, Ottoman Empire

(modern Skopje, Republic of Macedonia)

Date of Death5 September 1997

Place of DeathCalcutta (now Kolkata), West Bengal, India

Age (as on 5 September 1997)87 Years

Zodiac SignVirgo
Star Sign (Nakshatra)Not Sure

Death Details

Alive Or DeadDead
Date Of Death (DOD)Friday, September 05, 1997 (M/D/Y)
After Death TimelineNot Applicable

Age:

111 years, 8 month, 26 days, 5 hours, 21 minutes, 22 seconds.
40811 Total days.
- On May 21, 2022

Family/Relationships:

Relationship Status: Not Known
Marital Status: Not Sure

Girlfriend/Boyfriend(s) :

Not Officially announced Yet

Spouse (Wife or Husban:

No Update

Kids: Don’t Know

Father: Yet To Update
Mother: Yet To Update
Sister(s): Not Known
Brother(s): Not Known

Father, Mother, Family Details

FatherNikollë Bojaxhiu (Albanian businessman, benefactor and politician
MotherDranafile Bojaxhiu
No. Of. Brothers
No. Of. Sisters
Brother(s)Lazar Bojaxhiu
Sister(s)Aga Bojaxhiu

Family Photos and Details
Father- Nikollë Bojaxhiu (Albanian businessman, benefactor and politician
Mother- Dranafile Bojaxhiu
Brother- Lazar Bojaxhiu
Sister- Aga Bojaxhiu

 

Relationship, Affair, Wife-Husband, Girlfriends-Boyfriends

Mother Teresa Relationship StatusNot Sure
Interested InNot Known
Marital StatusUnmarried
Marital TypeLove Come Arrange Marriage
SpouseHusband: N/A

Wedding Details

Mother Teresa’s Wedding Date
Together Timeline– Not Applicable
Divorce Date
Separated Timeline– Not Applicable

Son-Daughter, Children Details

No.Of. Male Kids
No.Of. Female Kids

Children Details
Sons- N/A
Daughters- N/A

Caste, Religion, Community, Mother Tongue, Languages Known

ReligionCatholic

Ethnicity: Albanian

Mother Teresa’s CasteFather – Not Revealed Yet
Mother – Same As Fathers
CommunityNot Sure, OBC, MBC, FC+
Mother TongueNot Revealed Yet
Languages KnownEnglish, Hindi

Address, Native, Hometown, Current City

Native / Origin
Home TownSkopje, Macedonia
Mother Teresa’s Current CitySame As Home Town
AddressAddress Untraceable

Education, Qualification

SchoolCollegeNot Known
CollegeEducational QualificationsLearned English at Loreto Abbey in Rathfarnham, Ireland.
Mother Teresa’s Qualification

Learned English at Loreto Abbey in Rathfarnham, Ireland.

Other Education NotesNot Known

Personal Details:

DOB (m/d/y):
August 26, 1910
-Birthplace-
Ãœskup, Kosovo Vilayet, Ottoman Empire (modern Skopje, Republic of Macedonia) Date of Death5 September 1997 Place of DeathCalcutta (now Kolkata), West Bengal, India Age (as on 5 September 1997)87 Years
Nationality:
Ottoman subject (1910-1912) Serbian subject (1912-1915) Bulgarian subject (1915-1918) Yugoslavian subject (1918-1943) Yugoslavian citizen (1943-1948) Indian citizen (1948-1997)
Hometown:
Skopje, Macedonia
Mother Tongue:
Not Revealed Yet
Languages Known:
English, Hindi
Birth Star:
Star Unknown
Zodiac:
Religion:
in centimeters- 152 cm in meters- 1.52 m in Feet Inches- 5' Personal Life Date of Birth26 August 1910 Birth PlaceÃœskup, Kosovo Vilayet, Ottoman Empire (modern Skopje, Republic of Macedonia) Date of Death5 September 1997 Place of DeathCalcutta (now Kolkata), West Bengal, India Age (as on 5 September 1997)87 Years Zodiac sign/Sun signVirgo NationalityOttoman subject (1910-1912) Serbian subject (1912-1915) Bulgarian subject (1915-1918) Yugoslavian subject (1918-1943) Yugoslavian citizen (1943-1948) Indian citizen (1948-1997) HometownSkopje, Macedonia SchoolNot Known CollegeNot Known Educational QualificationsLearned English at Loreto Abbey in Rathfarnham, Ireland. FamilyFather- Nikollë Bojaxhiu (Albanian businessman, benefactor and politician Mother- Dranafile Bojaxhiu Brother- Lazar Bojaxhiu Sister- Aga Bojaxhiu ReligionCatholic Ethnicity: Albanian HobbiesPhilanthropic activities Major Controversies- She had been criticized by the media for issuing orders related with financial mismanagement. - When Indira Gandhi suspended civil liberties in 1975, she was criticized for making a controversial statement in which she said: "People are happier. There are more jobs. There are no strikes." - She was criticized for encouraging members of her order to secretly baptise dying patients. - In 1991, British Journal The Lancet's editor, Robin Fox, criticized her for serving low quality medical care at her Home for Dying Destitutes in Calcutta (now Kolkata). Boys, Affairs and More Marital StatusUnmarried HusbandN/A ChildrenSons- N/A Daughters- N/A Sponsored Some Lesser Known Facts About Mother Teresa Mother Teresa was born in Skopje (modern Republic of Macedonia), a city situated at the crossroads of the Balkans. She was the youngest among the three children of her parents. In her childhood, she was fascinated by the lives of missionaries and their service in Bengal, India. She was baptised as Gonxha Agnes. At the age of five and a half, she received her First Communion and was confirmed in November 1916. Her father died when she was 8 years old. In September 1928, moved by her desire to become a missionary, she left her home at the age of 18 to join the Institute of the Blessed Virgin Mary, known as the Sisters of Loreto in Ireland. When she left her home at the age of 18, she never again saw her family members in her life. She received the name Sister Mary Teresa after St. Therese, at Sisters of Loreto in Ireland. She arrived in India in the year 1929 and began her novitiate in Darjeeling. While in Darjeeling, she learnt Bengali and started teaching at St. Teresa's school. On 24 May 1931, she took her first religious vows as a nun. On 14 May 1937, she took her solemn vows while teaching at the Loreto Convent School in Eastern Calcutta (now Kolkata). In 1944, she became headmistress of Loreto Convent School, after serving there for almost 20 years. She was hugely disturbed by the Bengal famine of 1943 and the outbreak of Hindu/Muslim violence in August 1946. On 10 September 1946, she received her inspiration, her call within a call, while traveling by a train from Calcutta to Darjeeling. On 17 August 1948, she wore a blue-bordered white sari for the first time and passed through the gates of Loreto Convent to enter the world of the poor. On 21 December 1948, she visited a slum for the first time and cared for an old man lying sick on the road, washed the sores of some children and nursed a woman dying of hunger and TB. After getting permission from the Vatican, a new congregation of the Missionaries of Charity was officially established in Calcutta (now Kolkata) on 7 October 1950. At the height of the Seige of Beirut in 1982, she rescued 37 children trapped in a front line hospital. By the year 1996, she was operating 517 missions in more than 100 countries. In 1962, she was awarded with Padma Shri (4th highest civilian award given by the Government of India). She was awarded with Phillippines-based Ramon Magsaysay Award in 1962. She has become an international celebrity by the early 1970s. In 1980, she was awarded with India's highest civilian award, Bharat Ratna. In 1992, her official biography was written and published by an Indian Civil Servant, Navin Chawla. In 1979, she was awarded with the Nobel Peace Prize. In 1997, actress Geraldine Chaplin played Mother Teresa in Mother Teresa: In the Name of God's Poor. In 2014, a film, The Letters, was made which was based on her letters to Vatican Priest Celeste van Exem and her role was played by Juliet Stevenson. In the 2007 movie, How to Lose Friends & Alienate People, Mother Teresa was portrayed by Megan Fox. 4 September 2016, has been scheduled as the canonisation date for Mother Teresa by the Vatican. 📢š¡TRENDING: List of ICC World Cup Winners (1975-2015) Sponsored Parikshit Luthra (Journalist) Age, Wife, Family, Biography & MoreKate Middleton Age, Biography, Husband, Children, Family, Facts & MoreNadia Murad Age, Story, Boyfriend, Husband, Family, Biography & MoreArundhati Roy Age, Biography, Husband, Children, Family, Facts & MoreParamahansa Yogananda Age, Wife, Death, Family, Biography & MoreRoopa Ganguly Age, Biography & MoreDashrath Manjhi Age, Wife, Death, Family, Biography & MoreDr. Ruth Pfau (Pakistan's Mother Teresa) Age, Death Cause, Biography, Facts & More
Caste:
Not Known
Hobbies:
No Hobbies Revealed Yet

Address:

Address Untraceable

Educational Details:

Qualification:
Under Graduate
School: in centimeters- 152 cm in meters- 1.52 m in Feet Inches- 5' Personal Life Date of Birth26 August 1910 Birth PlaceÃœskup, Kosovo Vilayet, Ottoman Empire (modern Skopje, Republic of Macedonia) Date of Death5 September 1997 Place of DeathCalcutta (now Kolkata), West Bengal, India Age (as on 5 September 1997)87 Years Zodiac sign/Sun signVirgo NationalityOttoman subject (1910-1912) Serbian subject (1912-1915) Bulgarian subject (1915-1918) Yugoslavian subject (1918-1943) Yugoslavian citizen (1943-1948) Indian citizen (1948-1997) HometownSkopje, Macedonia SchoolNot Known CollegeNot Known Educational QualificationsLearned English at Loreto Abbey in Rathfarnham, Ireland. FamilyFather- Nikollë Bojaxhiu (Albanian businessman, benefactor and politician Mother- Dranafile Bojaxhiu Brother- Lazar Bojaxhiu Sister- Aga Bojaxhiu ReligionCatholic Ethnicity: Albanian HobbiesPhilanthropic activities Major Controversies- She had been criticized by the media for issuing orders related with financial mismanagement. - When Indira Gandhi suspended civil liberties in 1975, she was criticized for making a controversial statement in which she said: "People are happier. There are more jobs. There are no strikes." - She was criticized for encouraging members of her order to secretly baptise dying patients. - In 1991, British Journal The Lancet's editor, Robin Fox, criticized her for serving low quality medical care at her Home for Dying Destitutes in Calcutta (now Kolkata). Boys, Affairs and More Marital StatusUnmarried HusbandN/A ChildrenSons- N/A Daughters- N/A Sponsored Some Lesser Known Facts About Mother Teresa Mother Teresa was born in Skopje (modern Republic of Macedonia), a city situated at the crossroads of the Balkans. She was the youngest among the three children of her parents. In her childhood, she was fascinated by the lives of missionaries and their service in Bengal, India. She was baptised as Gonxha Agnes. At the age of five and a half, she received her First Communion and was confirmed in November 1916. Her father died when she was 8 years old. In September 1928, moved by her desire to become a missionary, she left her home at the age of 18 to join the Institute of the Blessed Virgin Mary, known as the Sisters of Loreto in Ireland. When she left her home at the age of 18, she never again saw her family members in her life. She received the name Sister Mary Teresa after St. Therese, at Sisters of Loreto in Ireland. She arrived in India in the year 1929 and began her novitiate in Darjeeling. While in Darjeeling, she learnt Bengali and started teaching at St. Teresa's school. On 24 May 1931, she took her first religious vows as a nun. On 14 May 1937, she took her solemn vows while teaching at the Loreto Convent School in Eastern Calcutta (now Kolkata). In 1944, she became headmistress of Loreto Convent School, after serving there for almost 20 years. She was hugely disturbed by the Bengal famine of 1943 and the outbreak of Hindu/Muslim violence in August 1946. On 10 September 1946, she received her inspiration, her call within a call, while traveling by a train from Calcutta to Darjeeling. On 17 August 1948, she wore a blue-bordered white sari for the first time and passed through the gates of Loreto Convent to enter the world of the poor. On 21 December 1948, she visited a slum for the first time and cared for an old man lying sick on the road, washed the sores of some children and nursed a woman dying of hunger and TB. After getting permission from the Vatican, a new congregation of the Missionaries of Charity was officially established in Calcutta (now Kolkata) on 7 October 1950. At the height of the Seige of Beirut in 1982, she rescued 37 children trapped in a front line hospital. By the year 1996, she was operating 517 missions in more than 100 countries. In 1962, she was awarded with Padma Shri (4th highest civilian award given by the Government of India). She was awarded with Phillippines-based Ramon Magsaysay Award in 1962. She has become an international celebrity by the early 1970s. In 1980, she was awarded with India's highest civilian award, Bharat Ratna. In 1992, her official biography was written and published by an Indian Civil Servant, Navin Chawla. In 1979, she was awarded with the Nobel Peace Prize. In 1997, actress Geraldine Chaplin played Mother Teresa in Mother Teresa: In the Name of God's Poor. In 2014, a film, The Letters, was made which was based on her letters to Vatican Priest Celeste van Exem and her role was played by Juliet Stevenson. In the 2007 movie, How to Lose Friends & Alienate People, Mother Teresa was portrayed by Megan Fox. 4 September 2016, has been scheduled as the canonisation date for Mother Teresa by the Vatican. 📢š¡TRENDING: List of ICC World Cup Winners (1975-2015) Sponsored Parikshit Luthra (Journalist) Age, Wife, Family, Biography & MoreKate Middleton Age, Biography, Husband, Children, Family, Facts & MoreNadia Murad Age, Story, Boyfriend, Husband, Family, Biography & MoreArundhati Roy Age, Biography, Husband, Children, Family, Facts & MoreParamahansa Yogananda Age, Wife, Death, Family, Biography & MoreRoopa Ganguly Age, Biography & MoreDashrath Manjhi Age, Wife, Death, Family, Biography & MoreDr. Ruth Pfau (Pakistan's Mother Teresa) Age, Death Cause, Biography, Facts & More
College: Educational QualificationsLearned English at Loreto Abbey in Rathfarnham, Ireland.

Physical Traits & Appearance:

Mother Teresa Height In Feet:
-Weight-
(Approx.)
Body Measurements:
Body Type:
Skin Tone:
Very Fair
Hair Color:
Dark Brown
Eye Color:
Black

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Controversy:

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Personality, Physical Appearance

Body, Height, Weight

Body TypeSlim
Body Measurements
Zero SizeN/A
Heightin centimeters- 152 cm

in meters- 1.52 m

in Feet Inches- 5′

Personal Life

Date of Birth26 August 1910

Birth PlaceÃœskup, Kosovo Vilayet, Ottoman Empire

(modern Skopje, Republic of Macedonia)

Date of Death5 September 1997

Place of DeathCalcutta (now Kolkata), West Bengal, India

Age (as on 5 September 1997)87 Years

Zodiac sign/Sun signVirgo

NationalityOttoman subject (1910-1912)

Serbian subject (1912-1915)

Bulgarian subject (1915-1918)

Yugoslavian subject (1918-1943)

Yugoslavian citizen (1943-1948)

Indian citizen (1948-1997)

HometownSkopje, Macedonia

SchoolNot Known

CollegeNot Known

Educational QualificationsLearned English at Loreto Abbey in Rathfarnham, Ireland.

FamilyFather- Nikollë Bojaxhiu (Albanian businessman, benefactor and politician

Mother- Dranafile Bojaxhiu

Brother- Lazar Bojaxhiu

Sister- Aga Bojaxhiu

ReligionCatholic

Ethnicity: Albanian

HobbiesPhilanthropic activities

Major Controversies- She had been criticized by the media for issuing orders related with financial mismanagement.

– When Indira Gandhi suspended civil liberties in 1975, she was criticized for making a controversial statement in which she said: “People are happier. There are more jobs. There are no strikes.”

– She was criticized for encouraging members of her order to secretly baptise dying patients.

– In 1991, British Journal The Lancet’s editor, Robin Fox, criticized her for serving low quality medical care at her Home for Dying Destitutes in Calcutta (now Kolkata).

Boys, Affairs and More

Marital StatusUnmarried

HusbandN/A

ChildrenSons- N/A

Daughters- N/A

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Some Lesser Known Facts About Mother Teresa

Mother Teresa was born in Skopje (modern Republic of Macedonia), a city situated at the crossroads of the Balkans.

She was the youngest among the three children of her parents.

In her childhood, she was fascinated by the lives of missionaries and their service in Bengal, India.

She was baptised as Gonxha Agnes.

At the age of five and a half, she received her First Communion and was confirmed in November 1916.

Her father died when she was 8 years old.

In September 1928, moved by her desire to become a missionary, she left her home at the age of 18 to join the Institute of the Blessed Virgin Mary, known as the Sisters of Loreto in Ireland.

When she left her home at the age of 18, she never again saw her family members in her life.

She received the name Sister Mary Teresa after St. Therese, at Sisters of Loreto in Ireland.

She arrived in India in the year 1929 and began her novitiate in Darjeeling.

While in Darjeeling, she learnt Bengali and started teaching at St. Teresa’s school.

On 24 May 1931, she took her first religious vows as a nun.

On 14 May 1937, she took her solemn vows while teaching at the Loreto Convent School in Eastern Calcutta (now Kolkata).

In 1944, she became headmistress of Loreto Convent School, after serving there for almost 20 years.

She was hugely disturbed by the Bengal famine of 1943 and the outbreak of Hindu/Muslim violence in August 1946.

On 10 September 1946, she received her inspiration, her call within a call, while traveling by a train from Calcutta to Darjeeling.

On 17 August 1948, she wore a blue-bordered white sari for the first time and passed through the gates of Loreto Convent to enter the world of the poor.

On 21 December 1948, she visited a slum for the first time and cared for an old man lying sick on the road, washed the sores of some children and nursed a woman dying of hunger and TB.

After getting permission from the Vatican, a new congregation of the Missionaries of Charity was officially established in Calcutta (now Kolkata) on 7 October 1950.

At the height of the Seige of Beirut in 1982, she rescued 37 children trapped in a front line hospital.

By the year 1996, she was operating 517 missions in more than 100 countries.

In 1962, she was awarded with Padma Shri (4th highest civilian award given by the Government of India).

She was awarded with Phillippines-based Ramon Magsaysay Award in 1962.

She has become an international celebrity by the early 1970s.

In 1980, she was awarded with India’s highest civilian award, Bharat Ratna.

In 1992, her official biography was written and published by an Indian Civil Servant, Navin Chawla.

In 1979, she was awarded with the Nobel Peace Prize.

In 1997, actress Geraldine Chaplin played Mother Teresa in Mother Teresa: In the Name of God’s Poor.

In 2014, a film, The Letters, was made which was based on her letters to Vatican Priest Celeste van Exem and her role was played by Juliet Stevenson.

In the 2007 movie, How to Lose Friends & Alienate People, Mother Teresa was portrayed by Megan Fox.

4 September 2016, has been scheduled as the canonisation date for Mother Teresa by the Vatican.

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Weight

Face Properties

Face ShapeOval
Eye Colour
Nose TypePerfect
Hair Colour
Hair LengthMedium Length
Dimple StatusNo
BeardN/A

Attitude

NatureNeuroticism
CharacterWise
Positive
Negative

Trivia/Facts:

Salary:
Not Known (Approx.)
Net-worth:
Not Filled Yet (Approx.)
Does Smoke?
Not Sure
Drinks Alcohol?
Not Known

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Facts

Life Style

Does Mother Teresa, Consume Alcohol?Not Sure Yet
Does Mother Teresa, Smoke Cigarettes?Not Sure Yet
Will Drive?Yes
Is Mother Teresa, Swims?Not Sure Yet
Is Mother Teresa, Yoga Practitioner?No
Does Gym?Yes
Is Mother Teresa, a Jogger?Yes
Eating Habit?Non-Vegetarian

Hobbies, Interests

Mother Teresa’s HobbiesPlaying musical instruments
FoodArabic
MusicWestern classical
SportsBasketball

Gossips, Controversies

No Controversy traces upon Mother Teresa So far.
– She had been criticized by the media for issuing orders related with financial mismanagement.
– When Indira Gandhi suspended civil liberties in 1975, she was criticized for making a controversial statement in which she said: “People are happier. There are more jobs. There are no strikes.” – She was criticized for encouraging members of her order to secretly baptise dying patients.
– In 1991, British Journal The Lancet’s editor, Robin Fox, criticized her for serving low quality medical care at her Home for Dying Destitutes in Calcutta (now Kolkata).
Boys, Affairs and More

Net Worth, Earnings, Salary and Assets

Mother Teresa’s Salary(approx.)
AssetsMillion USD (approx)
Net Worth(approx.)

Movable and Immovable Assets

No Asset Details Revealed Yet

Favourites and Preferences

Favourite ActorYet To Update
Favourite ActressesNot Sure
Favourite Film(s)Yet To Update
Favourite Director(s)Yet To Update
Favourite FoodYet To Update
Favourite DrinkNot Sure
Favourite FruitKiwano (horned melon), Xango Mangosteen Fruit
Preferred OutfitYet To Update
Preferred PerfumeNot Known
Favourite Destination(s)Yet To Update,Punta Cana and Crete, Greece
Mother Teresa’s Favourite ColourBlood red, Strawberry iced tea,
Favourite MusicianYet To Update
Favourite Singer(s)Yet To Update
Favourite Song(s)Not Known
Favourite Sport(s)Basketball,

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