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# 161
Aapke daddy terrorist hai? ... varna aaisa sex bomb aur kaun bana sakta hai
Is your dad a terrorist? ... or else who can produce such a sex bomb
# 162
Maa bachche ko janam deti hai, paalti hai, posti hai ... lekin bachcha maa ke nahi, baap ke naam se jana jaata hai
A mother gives birth to a child, she takes care of him, nurtures him ... but the child is known by his fathers name, not his mothers
# 163
Aulad ki taqdeer maa ke aasoonyon se hi chamakti hai
The destiny of a child shines only with the tears of a mother
# 164
Aulad ki judai ka dard ... maut ke dard se bhi zyada hota hai
The pain of separation from a child ... is much more than the pain of death
# 165
Bhagwan sansar mein har jagah har ghadi nahi reh sakta ... is liye usne apne badle ghar ghar mein maa ko pehda kiya hai
God cannot be present on this universe in every place and at every moment ... hence instead of him he created a mother in every house
# 166
Meri maa mujhe wapas dedo
Give me my mom back
# 167
Hai Ram kya waqt aa gaya hai ... maa ki shiksha ka amrut bhi beti ko zehar lag raha hai
Oh my god, what time has come ... even the holy water of teachings by the mom, feels like poison to the daughter
# 168
Ek maa ke dil ka sabse bada armaan ... bete ka byah hota hai
The biggest wish in a mother's heart ... is the wedding of her son
# 169
Khilono aur tohfo ki bachchon ko itni bhook nahi hoti jitni maa baap ke pyar ki
Kids need love from their parents more than they need toys and gifts
# 170
Bachche apni maa se kuch chupa nahi sakte
Children cannot hide anything from their mother
# 171
Jab beti badhi ho jaati hai ... toh maa ke seene ka bhoj badh jaata hai
When a daughter grows older ... then the weight on a mothers heart increases
# 172
Hamara father north Indian, hamara mother south Indian ... is liye hum complete Indian
My father is a north Indian, my mother is a south Indian ... that is why I am a complete Indian
# 173
Beti ke aasoon dekh kar bhi yadi pita ka dil na roye ... toh woh dil nahin patthar hai
Even after seeing a daughter in tears if a fathers heart does not cry ... then that heart is a stone
# 174
Bachon ka zindagi bhar apne maa baap par haq hota hai ... par maa baap ka bachon pe nahi hota hai ... yehi duniya ki reet hai
Children have a right on their parents for the entire life ... but parents don't have that life long right on their children ... this is a ritual of the world
# 175
Har maa yehi chahti hai na ki uski beti usse sirf ek maa ki tarah nahi ... kabhi kabhi genius ki tarah bhi dekhe
Every mother desires that her daughter looks at her not just as a mother ... but at times as a genius as well
# 176
Rishton ki mehak bhi le udhe paad ... ab baap pehda ho rahe hai beton ke baad
A fart can carry away the fragrance of relationships ... nowadays fathers are being born after their sons
# 177
Insaan ki do maayen hoti hai ... ek maa joh insaan ko janam deti hai aur doosri us desh ki dharti jahan pe woh janam leta hai
A human has two mothers ... one who gives birth to him and second the soil of the country where he is born
# 178
(Kaun ho tum?) ... Kahi naam hai mere ... gareeb maa baap mujhe apna beta kehte hai, mazloom ladkiyan apna bhai ... besahare yateemon ka dost hoon aur zalimon ka dushman
(Who are you?) ... I have many names ... poor parents call me as their son, victimized girls as their brother ... I'm a friend of the helpless and an enemy of the vicious
# 179
Maine tujhko pyar kiya, tere baap ne mujhko peeta ... tann ki shakti, mann ki shakti Bournvita
I loved you, and your father beat me up ... and Bournvita gives you strength for the body and the heart
# 180
Kisi bhi insaan ki zindagi mein woh din, woh pal, sabse zyada khushgawar hota hai ... jab uska beta uski zimedariyan baantne lage ... uski kursi par baithe
In any person's life that day, that moment, is the most happiest ... when his son starts to share his responsibilities ... and takes his seat
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