A second earthquake shook Nepal Saturday where Nobel Peace Prize laureate Mother Teresa was stranded on a mercy mission - on her 78th birthday.

Mother Teresa has been stranded in the Nepalese capital of Katmandu for two days, hoping to arrange transportation to bring skim milk and biscuits to villagers who lost their homes in last week's powerful earthquake that killed more than 1,250 people in Nepal and India.She has been unable to get transportation into Dharan, one of the villages hardest hit by last week's temblor, which measured 6.7 on the Richter scale, a spokeswoman in the Indian Embassy said Saturday.

The spokeswoman, quoting Nepalese officials, said they had told Mother Teresa "it is unsafe to go there right now."

The Himalayan nation was hit with another temblor Saturday, officials said.