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Mother Teresa's Blue-Bordered Sari Declared An Intellectual Property!

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| July 9 , 2017 , 15:12 IST

Mother Teresa, who was canonised as the Saint Teresa of Calcutta by the Vatican, has been an inspiration to thousand of people across the globe. She lived in Calcutta for a major part of her life, serving the needy with utmost care and sensitivity. Her trademark white sari which she wore for her entire public life has now become a symbol for Mother Teresa herself.

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The three lined blue border sari of Mother Teresa has now been recognised as an Intellectual Property of the Missionaries of Charity. Yes, the exclusive right to use the blue pattern on white saris adopted by the Missionaries of Charity is unique and now protected under the Intellectual Property rights.

'The Trade Marks Registry, Government of India, has granted the registration of the trade mark for that pattern of the blue border of sari', Intellectual Property attorney Biswajit Sarkar said.

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'The blue border on the sari worn by nuns of Missionaries of Charity was recognised as Intellectual Property for the organisation on September 4, 2016, the day the Mother was canonised', Sarkar said.

'The Missionaries of Charity does not believe in publicity and as such, it was not publicised, but since we are witnessing unscrupulous and unfair usage of the design across the globe, we are now trying to spread awareness among people about the trademark', he added.

Mother was born in the year 1910 in Macedonia in a Catholic family and baptised as Agnes Gonxha Bojaxhiu, she came to India in 1929. She extensively served the people in Calcutta who suffered from leprosy. Her kindness and the ability to love everyone beyond any preconceived notions is what made Mother Teresa such a beautiful woman.

The sari that Mother Teresa wore is annually woven and distributed to around 4,000 nuns across the world. 

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