An Indian mother is someone who will threaten you when you do something wrong and say: "Ruk, papa ko aane de, sab batati hun" and then backs you up with 1000% support when your dad actually scolds you. No matter, how old you get she is the one who always treats you like her aankhon ka taara i.e., an apple of her eye.
From lines like "Mere paas maa hai" to "Ek maa ke pyaar ki taakat", even Bollywood idealises the bond that we share with our mothers. On that note, here is a list of things that will help you spot an Indian Maa (who is inspired from Bollywood) even amidst thousands of people...
Indian moms and their obsession with Tupperware is something that can never be challenged.
If she ever lends a Tupperware box or container to a distant (or as a matter of fact close) relative. She is going to make sure she gets it back. BELIEVE ME, she will keep a track.
Moms just know which chord to hit at what moment.
Kyaa aapne kabhi yeh experience kiya hai?
Moms behave like girlfriends at times. When they stay quiet or say 'hmm' know that you have done something that shouldn't have been done or that she knows something that she shouldn't know.
If your mom is not emotional then she isn't your mom?
Ask her, I mean, shayad wo tumhe mandir se utha kar laayi ho aur tumhe pata naa ho...
Chumpy is the go-to thing for the mess that we tend to call hair.
According to moms either you never eat enough or you always eat a lot. There is no in-between.
You can never act smart or say "Ab main bada ho gaya hun" to your mom.
If you learn to decode this one you will be a pro.
She is a mom and she can do anything.
Just give it a try and you will see.
Question to Mom: Where are you?
Question to Dad: Where is Mom?
Tell her any problem and she will find an affordable gharelu nuska for it.
The level of happiness and satisfaction that moms get when they save some extra pennies, can't be compared to anything in this world.
That's all people.
If your mom does something other than these things let me know in the comment section below.
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