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Abundance of Talks - #MothersDay Contest

Mother's Day is just here we all know. So it's the best time to remember and say “Thank You” to your mother. This Mother's Day, don't miss a chance to convey your feelings to your mother. Go and meet her, it's Sunday. Or give her a call and talk in detail; it's, of course, Sunday so you can manage. Sunday is again a good time to take kids for an outing or for a movie. You are free and they are free too. What is better than making kids happy on Mother’s day!!

Abundance of Talks is celebrating Motherhood this whole week. We salute and deeply respect this virtue called Motherhood. 



This Mother’s day, participate in both or either of two contests and win exciting prizes. 

Here goes the details:

Contest 1. A message to your Mother

*  Send us the message that you want to give to your mother. 
*  You can either write a note or make a 1-minute video with your message. 
*  Along with it, don't forget to send us your photograph with your mother.


Contest 2. Your definition of Motherhood

 *  Share with us your wisdom as a mother and let us know your experience so far. Write        and send to us your definition of Motherhood. 
*  Those who like writing can send us a full blog within 500 words around this. 
*  And those who are shy about their writing skills can send us their favorite Motherhood     quote. 
*   Along with it, don't forget to send us your photograph with your kid/kids.


Participate and let the world know what you feel about your mother. You don't need to be a writer for saying Thank you to your mother. There is absolutely no need of one to have good scripting skill to tell others how her motherhood journey is going. It naturally comes from the heart. So listen to your heart and do send us your thoughts.

Top 3 entries in each of the contest will get exciting prizes. You can send your entries at this email Id : shipragc@gmail.com 

Or, you can directly text as a Facebook message.

You can send your entries till 31st of May. Yes, timeline is extended now :) Please like our facebook page to be able to fulfill the criteria of winning the prize.

We wish good health and lots of smiles to all the mothers of this universe.
 Happy Mother's Day.. 

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Do check our winning entries of Mother's Day contest here :

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