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Mother Teresa: The Untold Story Paperback – Mar 2016
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Dr. Aroup Chatterjee was born and brought up in Calcutta. He now lives and works (as a physician) in London. He was, if anything, positively inclined towards Mother Teresa while he was living in Calcutta, though he knew little about her. Upon coming to the West he was appalled at the Teresan mythology and at the gruesome image that his home-city had in the world.
He has done research on Mother Teresa for over twenty-five years and can be called the world’s foremost authority on the late nun. He has appeared numerous times on BBC and other world media to discuss his subject. He is married and has three children.
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Others who win the prize for peace are the unworthy like Henry Kissenger, Obama etc.
Suggested read: Missionary Position - Christopher Hitchens
The author tabled the data comparing many other groups doing much more for people in need for Calcutta or India or even helping other countries. But unfortunately we only know one name Teresa, the white skin saviour of the dark skinned poor n hungry Indians. If you find my last line a bit harsh, then read the book for data.
The research is mind blowing but the writing could have been more engaging. Would love it more if it could be more like a story telling rather than reading a report of statistical survey.
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