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5 types of Indian moms: Which one is yours?

Life&More May 11, 2018

We all love our mothers. From raising us through the formative years to putting up with our existential angst, our moms do a lot for us and that too, unconditionally. Here are five types of Indian moms. Which description best fits your mother?


The Masterchef Maa: From baking your favourite chocolate brownie to cooking the best spicy chicken curry, the Masterchef Maa will always go an extra mile to prepare homecooked meals for you. Daal chawal? Aloo parantha? Biryani? Worry not! She’ll feed you soulful delights because that’s how she expresses her love!


The Cool Mom: Your friends’ moms don’t even come close. Your mom is definitely the coolest. You know why? Because she knows you inside out – what you’ve done in school, your relationships and even your shopping habits! More importantly, she is fine with it all. She is the one person who’s got your back – always. Most of the time, she feels more like your friend than your mom.


The Overworked Mom: You call her a cosmic worrier? You may be on to something! Your mom has a tendency to forget about herself because she has a habit of taking on more than she can handle! She loves her responsibilities so much so that in the process she feels tired, lethargic, unhealthy and emotionally drained. She is probably spoiling her health but you don’t want that right? Get her hooked on to Happy Ratio! A balanced meal with 30+ vital nutrients that’ll not only boost her energy but make her health an easy daily habit. No hunger pangs, emotional eating or wreckless dieting! Happy Ratio takes only a minute to prepare and can be carried anywhere. With all that energy, she’ll be able to keep doing what she loves best, i.e. be on top of her A-Game task list.


“Ask Your Dad” Mom: Your mom loves you a lot and she is probably okay with you doing whatever you want but in your house, it’s your dad who has the last say. The “Ask Your Dad” mom is non-confrontational, gentle and shields you from your dad whenever you get caught red-handed.


The OCD Mom: She wants everything spic and span. Stuff should always be where it is supposed to be and you are not to leave things lying around! She might throw a major fit if you don’t follow her rules but that’s only because she is a perfectionist and all the organisational skills you have, are all because of her.

Courtesy Happy Ratio


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