Inspirational Story : The Cabuliwallah Story for Teenagers in English

once upon a time there lived a writer with his wife and his little five-year-old daughter Minnie Minnie was a bubbly little girl who could not go a moment without chattering she loved asking questions and without a second to spare would move on to the next question giving her parents no time to reply mommy why is the sky blue and why do dogs have tails and we don't and that is a dish scrub that it is used to wash dishes why because they are dirty now go and play somewhere else unlike her mother who would often get vexed by her inquisitiveness Minnie's father adored it and their chats would be rather lively one morning as the writer was in the midst of working on his novel Minnie ran into the room mother Rhonda yawl the doorkeeper calls a crow a Crowl he doesn't know anything does he before the writer could begin to explain the difference between languages opened by different people she jumped on to a whole other topic of curiosity all a says there is an elephant in the clouds blowing water out of his trunk and that is why it winds is it true babies come from my dear child please go and play with bola I am busy at that time Minnie ran and sat by the window which overlooked the main road that is where she saw the kabul e-wallet passing by on the road get your dried fruits Oh men's pistachio reasons the Kabuli wallah was a fruit seller that sold a variety of nuts and fruits in a cloth bag that he carried with him at that very moment the Kabuli wallet turned and looked towards the child overcome by terror little mini fled from her father's study and ran and the Kabuli wallah walked towards their door I am never going to get to finish this chapter in peace the rider went to the door to speak to the Cibola wallah who was standing there smiling hello sir hello how is everything oh well sir that's good Oh what do you have today I have some almonds raisins grapes and pistachios who what would you like I'd like a box of grapes and some almonds - sure sir thank you as the Kabul Ebola was about to leave he asked where is the little girl sir Minnie Minnie was standing behind the pillar near the door peeping at the Kabul Ebola and her father what happened my dear come meet the kabul e wallah no papa I'm scared tell be scared little one come it's rude to call someone and not speak to them he brought her out to where the Kabul e Wella was standing hello little one here have a few raisins Minnie looked up at her father with an innocent look on her face go ahead have stuff do you like it that was the first time Minnie met the Cibola wallah one morning as the writer was leaving to go for some work he found his little mini sitting by the bench talking to the Cibola wallah never before had she had such a patient listener to pay close attention to everything that she would say and just in a corner of her sari there was a few nuts and raisins the Kabul Allah had managed to gain the little girl's trust with a few dried fruits why did you give that to her take this the writer handed over an 8 an appoint the Cibola wallah who took it quietly a few hours later when the writer got back home he found his wife intensely questioning mini the Kabul II wallah had given many the 8 on a coin to the little girl where did you get that from Dec I believe Allah gave it to me oh my how could you take it from him you must not take money like this from strangers over the next few days the Cibola wallah and mini became the best of friends he would come by often and sit and talk to many the two of them would have many quaint jokes that would leave little mini extremely amused well little one when are you going to the father-in-law's house upon hearing this Minnie's face was filled with bewilderment are you going to go there too now for a person of the stature of the Kabul II wallah going to the father-in-law's house would mean something else entirely it was a euphemism for jail a place where one is cared for at no expense of their own with the thought of the poor discomforted relative many would burst into a fit of laughter and the Kabuli wallah would join her in amusement however Minnie's mother was quite displeased with her little child talking to a grown man how many times do I have to tell you I really don't like her talking to that stranger beware of that man Billy's mother was a very timid lady and would often urge the writer to keep a watchful eye on the Cibola wallah oh don't worry so much she has found a good friend in him I still do not trust him I know I will make sure to keep a close watch on him the Kabuli wallah would often go to the house and even spend time talking to the writer about various matters where are you from Kabul right yes sir came here to make an honest living and earn enough to support my family that is back home now once a year in the middle of January ramen the Cibola wallah would go back home to visit his family as this time approached the kabul e walla would be quite busy collecting debts visiting his customers a final time before he left however he would still make it a point to put aside his work and stop by to meet minnie and so it continued as the two of them cracked their usual jokes and went into a symphony of laughter and giggling one fine morning as the writers sat at his desk by the window basking under the warmth of the sunlight writing his book he suddenly heard an uproar of crowds in the street huh Oh No outside was robbing the Cibola wallah being led down the street by two police constables and surrounded by a few people the writer rushed out to find out why the Cibola wallah was being taken away into police custody it turns out that kabul e wall had stolen some money from one of the local ministers houses poor man didn't have enough money to go back home hearing all the commotion outside many rat out to the veranda where she saw the kabul e wallah and she exclaimed when minnie saw that he did not have his bag she couldn't ask him her first question and moved on to the next are you going to your father-in-law's house yes little one I am see I told you not to trust this man however this time mini was not amused by the Kabul E Wallace reply he noticed her expression and at once lifting his hand said my hands are tied and so ramen the Kabul e wallah was sentenced to 25 years in jail on account of robbery and over the days Minnie was sad but soon her life was filled with new companions and she forgot about the Kabul e wallah years past and little Minnie was no longer a little girl she had grown up into a beautiful young woman who was to get married that night and the writer was sitting in his study going through the accounts of the wedding the caterers the decorators the flower wallah just then a tall figure walked up to the writer it was the kablooie wallah yes o Raman when did you come back I was released from jail last night hearing this the writer was hesitant to have a criminal around on such an auspicious day oh I thought it was a 25 year sentence sir which I was wrongfully accused for just because I was poor and would visit the minister's house often they assumed I was the robber however they caught the real thief last week as he stole more things from the minister's house oh my anyways it is a day of great importance could you come by another day yes sure sir but before I go could I meet the little one as I said it is a very important day and you will not be able to meet anybody no problem but before I go please give this to Minnie yes please take this you are very kind sir I have a little girl back home who I am reminded of whenever I spend time with Minnie that is why I bring fruits and nuts for her I do not do this to gain any profit the writer was taken aback and tears welled up in his eyes that is when the writer and his wife realized that he was judging ramen by his appearance he had forgotten that aside from him being a writer and ramen being a fruit seller they were both fathers realizing his mistake he called for many at once Minnie please come here there is someone now would like to meet you yes Father she walked into the room clad in a red silk sari adorned as a young bride she looked at the Kabuli wallah confused as over the years she had forgotten about him are you going to your father-in-law's house that is when Minnie remembered that it was the Kabuli Wallace standing in front of her she smiled and said o Kalevala believe Allah you've grown up little one you remind me of my own daughter who like you will be getting married soon hearing this the writer felt touched he understood what it means to a father to get his daughter married he sympathized with Cibola wala as he knew how he too would feel if he didn't get to see his own daughter for such a long time here take this go back home now and be with your daughter on her wedding day thank you so much sir the Kabuli Wallis eyes welled up as he took the money from the writer and said his goodbyes it often happens that when we truly miss our loved ones we see them in someone else and try to stay happy while dealing with circumstances that keep us away from them