queshow can a daughter claim stake in ancestral property gifted to mom?

I am a single daughter and am unmarried. My mother got a plot gifted in her name by her father. Now can I claim a stake in that property? If yes, how?

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    You can claim the stake in property on after the death of your mother.

    Till she is alive she will be the legal owner and you will not have any rights on the property

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