Her hard work was been recognised and acclaimed throughout the world and she has received a number of awards and distinctions.
These include the Pope John XXIII Peace Prize (1971) and the Nehru Prize for her promotion of international peace and understanding (1972).
Akbar was the grandson of Babar, the first Mughal emperor of India. Akbar built an ‘Ibadat Khana’ (House of worship) where people of all religions were invited to hold discussion. Akbar was a disciplined king, who had compassion and love for every living being on the earth.
He gave justice to all, without being partial to anyone. The Wazir was the advisor of tax matters, Bakshi was military advisor, Quazi was chief judge and Diwan looked after the revenue affairs of the state.
Her mother was a deeply religious and very kind hearted lady.
She could not bear the sight of diseased and poor people.
His father, Humayun died when he was only 13 years of age. Since he was too young to rule, so a friend of his father, Bairam Khan was made his guardian. He never discriminated people on the basis of caste, colour and creed.
Mother Teresa’s real name was Agnes Gonxha Bojaxhiu. Her father Kole was a businessman and her mother Drana was a simple minded housewife.
She helped the poor, the ill and the ills families.
The missionary also aimed to help the homeless from dying, refuge for the care and teaching of abandoned children, establishment of treatment centers and hospitals for those suffering of leprosy, centers and refuges for alcoholics, the aged and street people and the list continues. Mother Teresa was a women commended for her unselfishness, courage, charity, her capacity of hard work and a natural talent for organisation.