Ambrì is a Swiss village in the municipality of Quinto, Leventina, Canton of Ticino.
"Ambri" (also commonly known as "Mother") is a punjabi language narrative poem by Anwar Masood.
It was inspired by a real event happened in 1950, in which Anwar Masood came across an incident when his one of students beats his mother to almost death while he was appointed as a schoolmaster in village nearby Kunjah. Written in a time span of a decade between 1962 and 1972 (by Anwar's own accounts). It was first published in 1974 in Mela Akhiyan Da, and a revised edition was published in 2007. It is written in a dialogue style with non-rhythmic scheme like Aik Pahar aur Gulehri of Allama Iqbal, except in pentameters rather than tetrameters.
It is considered as a magnum opus of Anwar, and most emotionally depicted poem about mothers love by him. It is often recited by Masood in annual mushairas, mother days and in annual all Pakistani Poets gathering. The book in which the poem was published comprises total 11 poems, except Ambri all are comical poems, book received highly positive reviews and till now 40 editions of book had been published across the country.