Posted in ABOUT, Being Organized, children, friendship, humanity, kids, Moral story, poem, Uncategorized

A small incident of my scissors

One day, it was my birthday and my parents were cutting buntings for the pinata. So I asked my father “can I also help you?” Then he said “sure” and he asked me to bring my own scissors. Then I said that “Umm…Father, I don’t remember that where have I kept my scissors?” He asked me to find my scissors and I kept on searching without any success. When I told my father that I was not able to find my scissors, then he was very upset. Later on, I was finding my glue and surprisingly I found my scissors. I told my father that I have found my scissors then he got very happy and from that day onwards I started to keep my things at their respective places.

MORAL: The moral is that if you keep your things at their proper place, you will be able to find them easily.

By, Ambreen   

Posted in ABOUT, children, friendship, humanity, kids, poem, tenderemotions


This blog is about myself of who I am and how I started this blog.


Well, my name is Ambreen and I am a blog writer and a YouTuber. I write poems and real-life stories. My passion for writing developed at the age of 5. To my credit, I have 1 poem 4 stories. I usually write blogs when I find free time on the weekends or when I see or feel strongly about something. Other than this, photography and craft excite me. So I videotape my own craft tutorials like best out of waste & origami craft and upload them to my youtube channel and I click pictures of flowers, nature etc. I also am into roller skating.

The inspiration for doing so many different things comes from my mother as she also writes blogs and is a content writer. And managing my time to do all the things I have learned from my father.

Besides all this, I have a very interesting story to share with you all about how I coined my first poem in 2015 by the name “A Boy Who Had a Friendly Butterfly”. It happened in the summer of 2015, during summer vacations I was playing in the park chasing the butterflies and suddenly one yellow butterfly flew and sat on my shoulder. When I tried to touch it, it flew away. That was the day I felt the butterflies are also friendly.

On the same evening, I wrote my first poem but I published it on my blog on 24th Oct 2016 on WordPress. Now I write blogs under the name taletelleramby. And also you can find me on youtube by my name Ambreen Bakshi.

I feel every child has an imagination and something unique, so we should follow our passions and stay focussed to develop those unique skills.

Thank You to all my audience who appreciate me and motivate me.

Do spare some moments to watch my creativity on youtube:

Posted in atmosphere, environment, humanity, recycle, save earth, Save our planet, Swachch Bharat, Uncategorized


Hi Earth mates,my name is Ambreen and I am 7 years old.I have a green message from mother Earth for all of us.

I love my planet EARTH.To keep it green I took initiative to make everyone aware about how we can save our beautiful Blue and Green planet.

I made a small group with the help of my friends and we pledge to grow more trees and plants.

I collected stones and painted them to spread message of “Save Earth”.

To save our planet all of us should follow few things:

  • We should not waste water.
  • We should ride more bicycle to avoid pollution which spoils atmosphere.
  • We should not cut trees but each one should plant more trees.
  • We should not use plastic and should not dump it in Oceans.
  • We should clean oceans and help Ocean animals.
  • We should recycle and reuse the resources.
  • We should not litter around and use garbage bins.

More greenery and cleanliness will give us more oxygen to breathe. Hence clean environment to live and healthy atmosphere and Earth would live longer. We all should spread this message.

Posted in Diwali, Festival, Festival of lights, humanity, Indian festival


PhotoGrid_1477930734245.jpgAn idea that happened on a festive day of Diwali ended with lots of happiness and truly “Dil-wali” (from the heart) Diwali. A little 6-year-old girl named Ambreen was sitting in the balcony sipping a cup of milk. She saw some poor kids across the street having torn clothes and no shoes on their feet. She heard the doorbell “ding dong” when she opened the door she was surprised to see the poor kids were standing outside her door and were begging for some clothes, money for  the festival of Diwali. Ambreen felt very bad for them and she asked them where they were staying? They told her that they stay on the footpath outside the Lord Shiva temple in her area. She thought about it very deeply for a while and came out with a brilliant idea. She chalked out a plan on a sheet of paper and took it to her father. Her father looked at the plan and nodded  a“yes” to the plan. She wanted to buy dolls for the girls and cars for the boys to play with. So her father made her sit in his lap and very nicely explained to her how she can share and donate her own toys with those kids. That idea of her father struck her mind, she immediately started gathering all her dolls, cars and other toys with which she never played but were new to use. She also gathered her old clothes which did not  fit her as she is grown up but clothes were in good condition. That Diwali evening she was very excited to surprise those kids outside the temple. When she reached the temple with her parents, she surprised all the poor kids by gifting each one of them some toys and clothes to wear and then she gave another surprise to all of them which she never told her parents also and that was, taking all those underprivileged kids out to McDonald’s restaurant located nearby. BUT her parents were equally delighted with this amazing plan she had and her thoughtfulness and the compassion with which she was carrying out her idea.  Her parents drove all the kids to Mc Donalds and ordered burgers for them and also got them balloons, those underprivileged kids were so happy,  their eyes were shining because of excitement. The McDonald’s staff was totally moved by this gesture of the little girl, they too genuinely thanked Ambreen and her parents for making her compassionate plan into reality. Later Ambreen dropped those kids outside the temple and wished them a very happy Diwali and also she instructed those kids not to use crackers as they can injure them and also are harmful to the environment. Those kids were overjoyed and thanked her for making their Diwali the happiest one and most Dil-Wali.

This story is my own real story. I actually did that for those poor kids because I feel that true meaning of festival is to share the happiness.  I thank god that he gave me such lovely idea. I am so happy because I could share my things and happiness with poor kids.


Posted in children, Compassion, friendship, humanity, kids, poem, tenderemotions, Uncategorized

A Boy Who had a friendly butterfly

Butterfly Butterfly, Where do you sing? I sing on the flowers, I drink nector from flowers.
And I fly with the power.

I like butterflies with the name, What is your name?

My name is Dame. Let’s play a game. Let’s play rain rain.

Let’s fly and dance in the rain.

And the boy said “but I have no wings, but I can sing.”

I will sing and you do dance,

Bye we will meet again when we get a chance.