5 times Sushmita Sen showed the world how to raise independent daughters!

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The reason for her success with her daughters is perhaps her own self-confidence and powerful personality, combined with a unique parenting style

Over the years, Sushmita Sen, 40, has given us many reasons to fall in love with her. When it wasn't her effervescent personality, it was her humble and positive attitude that won over millions of hearts. 

But if this queen of hearts is proud of one thing, it is raising two confident and independent young girls, Renee, 16, and Alisah, 7. The reason for her success with her daughters is perhaps her own self-confidence and powerful personality, combined with a unique parenting style.

In fact, on many occasions, Sen has shared her nuggets of wisdom and given her fans a sneak peek into this unique parenting style. A classic example was when she penned a letter for her elder daughter when she was about to leave for her boarding school.

But this is just one example.

There are many such instances where the former Miss Universe has showed the world how to raise independent daughters by teaching them important life lessons! We bet you will agree with her nuggets of wisdom just as much as we do!

#1 When she taught her girls to have confidence in themselves

#2 When she taught her girls to value family and all those who love them

Continue reading to see Sushmita Sen's three other inspirational parenting values!

#3 When she taught her girls to always follow their hearts

#4 When she taught her girls to care for themselves

#5 When she taught her girls to respect every living being

We are positive that looking at these pictures will also make you believe that these are the values she is inculcating in her daughters, just as much as we do.

We hope that all mums share their powerful stories in the same way and inspire the next generation to be as loving as strong as they are.

More power to all Indian mums!

Read: 5 Life lessons only kids of single parents can learn

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Written by

Deepshikha Punj

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