I read your last question wherein you have stated that your wife has left an unregistered will in your favour.
And that you want to make a will in respect of that property to your children.
Now, instead of first mutating the entire property in your name and then making another will, pursuant to which your children will again have to get the names mutated in their names. You can simply hide the will of your wife in you eventually want the property to go to your children.
According to law of succession, if a female dies without making a will (if you don't disclose the will it's as good as she passing away without a will), her property automatically devolves upon children and husband.
Now you can make a new will in respect of the share inherited by from your wife and get it registered, or even if you don't make a will, the property will automatically be pass on to your children in case your mother is not alive.
So after your demise, the children will end up getting all the property of their mother including the share allotted to you at once without having to go through all legal hassles multiple times.
It might be a little complicated to understand as the laws of succession are involved. You can contact me or any other lawyer through this website for a detailed explanation.