Special Cover – Crusaders of World Peace, Truth and Non – Violence – By India Post

Special Cover – Crusaders of World Peace, Truth and Non – Violence – By India Post

Date Of Issue:-30.09.2014.

Contributed By:- Ms Huma Fathima, Bangalore

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Gandhi Spl Cvr 2014

 

Indipex 97 Special Cover With MS Mother Teresa Commercially Used with delivery Postmark

Indipex 97  Special Cover   With MS Mother Teresa Commercially Used with delivery Postmark

Souvenir MS Mother Teresa  on Spl Cvr

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Special Covers – Mother Teresa – First Day Cancelled

Special Covers – Mother Teresa – First Day Cancelled
“Noted for her compassion toward the poor and suffering, Mother Teresa, a diminutive Roman Catholic nun and honorary US citizen, served the sick and destitute of India and the world for nearly 50 years.

In 1928 she joined the Loretto Convent in Rathfarnam (Dublin), Ireland, where she received the religious name Teresa. The Loretto order sent her to India where she began her missionary work with the poor. In the slums she took care of the destitute people, sick, dying, starving, abandoned babies, abandoned children and young people, single mothers. She founded schools, maternity homes and even a leper colony.

In 1979 Mother Teresa was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize. She died on 5 September 1997 in Kolkata. On 19 October 2003, Mother Teresa was proclaimed an “icon of the Good Samaritan” by Pope John Paul II.
The  44-cent stamp showing a portrait of the Roman Catholic nun.

Mother Teresa died in Calcutta on Sep 5, 1997, and is buried there. She had been a citizen of India since 1948.

Mother Teresa, an ethnic Albanian, was born Agnes Gonxha Bojaxhiu on Aug 26, 1910, in Skopje in what is now the Republic of Macedonia.

Date Of Issue:-05.09.2010.

Special Covers – Mother Teresa – First Day Cancelled

Special Covers – Mother Teresa – First Day Cancelled
“Noted for her compassion toward the poor and suffering, Mother Teresa, a diminutive Roman Catholic nun and honorary US citizen, served the sick and destitute of India and the world for nearly 50 years.

In 1928 she joined the Loretto Convent in Rathfarnam (Dublin), Ireland, where she received the religious name Teresa. The Loretto order sent her to India where she began her missionary work with the poor. In the slums she took care of the destitute people, sick, dying, starving, abandoned babies, abandoned children and young people, single mothers. She founded schools, maternity homes and even a leper colony.

In 1979 Mother Teresa was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize. She died on 5 September 1997 in Kolkata. On 19 October 2003, Mother Teresa was proclaimed an “icon of the Good Samaritan” by Pope John Paul II.
The  44-cent stamp showing a portrait of the Roman Catholic nun.

Mother Teresa died in Calcutta on Sep 5, 1997, and is buried there. She had been a citizen of India since 1948.

Mother Teresa, an ethnic Albanian, was born Agnes Gonxha Bojaxhiu on Aug 26, 1910, in Skopje in what is now the Republic of Macedonia.

Date Of Issue:-05.09.2010.

 

 

FDC – Ireland – Centenary Mother Teresa

FDC – Ireland – Centenary Mother Teresa

A FDC with a stamp on Mother Teresa & Henry Dunant founder of Red Cross   issued by Ireland on 17 Jun  2010 to mark her Birth Centenary.