Weve all admired, learnt and been influenced by our mothers. Their role in our lives goes far beyond raising us as childrenwe often turn to them for advice or think of what our mums would say and do in a situation and make our decisions accordingly. This Mothers Day, we decided to turn things around and ask daughters who are inspired by their mothers to share one piece of advice for their mums. From asking them to slow down and relax to taking care of their health, here are eight strong, independent women taking a pause, reflecting on their learnings from their mothers, and giving them a piece of advice.One piece of advice that we must give our mothers is that age is just a number. It is never too late. So, if there is a dream that remains unfulfilled, it is time to stop shying away from it. Instead, she should reach out toward that dream because she is a rockstar who can still do it! She has whatever it takes.-Chinu Kala, Founder, Rubans AccessoriesWhat advice can I possibly give my mom?! She truly is a rock star. She always was at her best, be it her appearance, mood or parenting. We are three sisters and we are totally poles apart, but she made sure we all got what it takes to make us the best version of ourselves and achieve all our individual dreams. She, with all her multitasking, was still always available for us, emotionally and physically. I dont have anything to tell her except for her to stay as she is.-Dr Rashmi Shetty, Celebrity Dermatologist, Founder and Creator, Sol Skin CorpOne piece of advice Id want to give my mom would be to take a backseat now. She raised her kids enough to take care of themselves, and I believe it's high time she lives her own life now. Have the time the society did not give her back then, go out for dates with papa, take a girls' trip, relax, take up new hobbies, and just be as free as possible! I would want her not to take care of anyone but love and enjoy herself. Be the 20-something girl who got married too soon!-Rajasi Jindal, Founder, Rajasi JewelsI would like to let my mother ease her uptight shoulders and ask her to rest from the daily hustle of thinking about us, the family. I also want to ensure that she talks about her current mental state to aid her mental wellbeing.-Chef Devashree Muni, Founder, Cocoa CellarThis Mothers Day, I just have a simple message not just for my mother, but for all loving and affectionate mothers. Please attend to your health needs in time. Only if you are healthy will your family stay healthy and progress. Never overlook your physical and mental health.