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  1. Em Linthorpe says:

    Aww goodness, I have a lump in my throat, this is so beautiful, your mother is an inspiration x

  2. Parul, I am so glad you shared this post. Reading it left me misty eyed. Your Mum saved you from a fire, that is so brave of her. Yes, Mum’s are perennial worriers and luckily for the both of us, the bestest of friends too!:) Give your mom a hug from me when you meet her next:)

  3. Ritu says:

    So lovely Parul!

  4. richa singh says:

    Parul now it is my turn to say I am so happy I followed that link in the comments. Such a wonderful post my love. And it reminded me of my own mother, perhaps they are all connected by a common thread of understanding sacrificing and all things good 🙂

    And that was very brave of her to save you from the fire. Really.

  5. Parul, this is such a sweet tribute to your Maa: I so enjoyed reading it and the pics are lovely too! 🙂 I love how you state, “I am on the left and Mom is always right!!” Cute! 😉 <3 It's true as you say, no matter how old the children may be, they will always be as such in a mother's eyes! 😉

  6. Vinitha says:

    What a sweet post, Parul. And your mom is real pretty, then and now, just like you. 🙂

  7. And somehow we don’t realize what she is until we leave home. I wish we had mother as a subject in school 🙂 Lovely, heart-touching post Parul. Thanks for leaving this link on my blog. And glad to see my blog listed on the right 🙂 Thanks.

  8. Sudipa says:

    Couldn’t agree with you more! Mothers are so selfless, they create their own little world around their children.

    These are the same thoughts I expressed in my post as well, hehe @

  9. Ravi says:

    Great piece as always Roli! Saw this one after missing quite a few of your recent ones.

  10. emily0830 says:

    Lovely tribute to your Maa. 🙂

  11. ‘Mom is always right’ – I chuckled when I read that caption but how very true, really. That’s the bond we share, mothers and daughters. Beautiful post, Parul and thank you so much for the kind words towards the end, love your blog as well and it’s feels wonderful to have connected via IB! 🙂

  12. Bhawana says:

    Coz God could not be everywhere HE created Mother! They are our blessing!! Your Mom will be very proud of you Parul!

  13. dats really touching!! nice write up..god bless 🙂

  14. Roopa says:

    Very nicely written Parul. I am sure you will make your mom proud when you take up the journey…

  15. Usha says:

    I could relate to every word here:-)With a daughter like you I guess everyday is a mothers day:-)

  16. vineeta srivastava says:

    yes she is mum of the best daughter of the world

  17. Ricky says:

    I could live all those moments literally…every single I experience the same today…and also maybe because we shared a “wall” as well as the feeling “what a wonderful woman she is”..pleasure to read..brought back so many things…thanks! 🙂

  18. FAYAZ PASHA says:

    It is said that heaven lies under the feet of a mother. There’s none more loving than a mother in this world.

  19. Bikramjit says:

    Mavaan Thandiyaan Chavaan … is a saying in punjabi .. meaning mothers are the cool shadows where we can sit in sunny day and feel cool

    Moms are the best always

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