Maa Jaisa Koi Nahi: A Heartwarming Picture Series

The Logical Indian

May 10th, 2015 / 3:47 PM

This Mother’s Day, Scroll Droll reminds us the unconditional love, care and relentless sacrifices of a Mother which makes her ‘the most special’ person in our lives.

The Logical Indian wishes all the super moms, a very happy Mother’s Day!

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