One Day in the Coldest Village on Earth | Yakutia

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Documentary movie about life in Yakutia, the coldest inhabitant region on Earth.
Here, daily life is a constant struggle against the freezing temperatures that can plummet to an astonishing negative 71 C. Without proper dressing, the cold will reach deep inside your bones threatening your life and no one goes outside unless they absolutely have to. But how do people live in this harsh environment? Let me show you a day in the life of a hardy local family in the remote and icy Yakut village.

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에이미쓰 3 meses atrás
I legit couldn't do it. I respect this family that much more knowing this is their way of life.
K B 3 dias atrás
@Rachel Groth anybody ever told these people that there's warmer places to live?
Jacky village
Jacky village 5 dias atrás
Liton Purohit
Liton Purohit 15 dias atrás
Cenk Hoca
Cenk Hoca 15 dias atrás
I also have a 9 year old son, I felt very proud of this little boy doing all that stuff. 👊🏻
Dra Davies
Dra Davies 5 dias atrás
Yes they did a great job making him responsible! In most of the western world we tend to just want to let kids "be kids" with few duties but like the dad said you can't survive there without hard work. Better to get them used to all they will have to do early or it would be a massive shock to become responsible for so much at once!
Gökhan 8 dias atrás
mike tysonun sözü aklıma geldi abi
Daniel Garcia
Daniel Garcia Mês atrás
The production behind this is amazing. I enjoyed every second learning about a culture i never knew existed! Huge respect for the Yakut, especially the family in this video!
Lanney 4 dias atrás
The Harsh Truth OUT THERE
We don`t die - we just leaving earth, as saved souls - who go up into HEAVEN or as unsaved souls - who go down into torment. Dear soul, read the bible - full of information and an introduction to who GOD is we should serve. We, all - saved and unsaved will put on IMMORTALITY, so not a single part of us should perish, but be everlasting. The torment that awaits for the unsaved: REGRETS, that do not get forgiven (feeling sorry so deeply that it hurts inside yet knowing the whole time (forever) that no forgiven is found for you any longer. Is that enough of the torment? - oh dear soul, no, you will be placed in the middle of a lake full of fire (not water) and you will burn and not dying, for even you, who stayed wicked sinner (unsaved soul) did put on immortality that even single part of you cannot perish, but be everlasting. Now, tell me, is that not a torment? We can have a piece of that torment even here, many of us have been felt sorry/regret of thing we have done- right? - now Imagen, not getting forgiven for rest of your days. See, we are found already in torment, in a temporary torment. In the lake of fire, THE TORMENT LAST FOREVER. DAY AND NIGHT WITHOUT ANY KIND OF REST. NO DAY(S) OFF. Even if you have been there (in torment) already for millions and trillions of years, you`ll be there same long. That`s the something, we are trying you all warn about. Instead of dying twice, you`ll choose LIFE. The life(promises) that GOD promise to give us , IF WE REPENT AND BORN AGAIN =GET SAVED. “Hear, O LORD, when I cry with my voice: have mercy also upon me, and answer me.” Psalms 27:7 (KJV) How to deal with BIBLE? 1.) read it from 1st page (1.testament) to the last page (2. testament) = getting to know the text that`s in the bible, 2.) Start to study the bible, why it is written the way it was and what kind of picture does it actually give us. 3.) While hunger for truth - one receives the COMFORTER - THE HOLY SPIRIT WHO WILL TEACH US AND BRING INTO OUR REMEMBRANCE ALL THING JESUS TOLD US. 4.) congratulations, you now also knowing and understanding the harsh truth like i do. aka the heavenly wisdom.
Señoritas Top's
Señoritas Top's Mês atrás
respect for this great family will be forever
unscripted 4 dias atrás
I stand behind you too
Yishire 10 dias atrás
@Arvid Larsson Naur
Billy Yee
Billy Yee 14 dias atrás
@Vel Aravind 😂😆
Vel Aravind
Vel Aravind 22 dias atrás
What about other Families who lives in the same village, no respect for them???
Arvid Larsson
Arvid Larsson Mês atrás
i like you pfp
Kaynen Ouch
Kaynen Ouch 17 horas atrás
This family needs their own channel love getting little glimpse of everyday life in other areas of the world...
natsuminofan 3 meses atrás
Very enlightening ending line: "After all, there is no such thing as bad weather; there is just weather and your attitude towards it."
Jake Mcfee
Jake Mcfee 3 dias atrás
Yogesh Chand Thakur
Yogesh Chand Thakur 14 dias atrás
I can never imagine myself living here. Huge respect for these people 👍🏻
Andriy Tulle
Andriy Tulle 13 dias atrás
This makes me appreciate me being born and still living in a tropical land. I once almost froze in Berlin, only by 9⁰ Celsius and cold nordic wind wkwkwk...
Afran Rahmat Chowdhury
Dan Dan
Dan Dan 15 dias atrás
Beautifully said at the end. There is no such thing as bad weather, there is just weather and your attitude towards it. I really like this documentary, big respect for the Yakut people.
Afran Rahmat Chowdhury
Amy Zote
Amy Zote 6 horas atrás
The fish went through a cold shock!! I'm equally shocked to hear that. There are so many things I love about this video. I love the little boy Arian. So many questions that I have.
Talha Akram
Talha Akram 3 dias atrás
It's amazing to see how these people cope with their environment ❤️
Soubarno Banerjee
Soubarno Banerjee 8 dias atrás
The dogs in the street were so adorable! Overall I salute these people for this kind of lifestyle and continuing the hard work to live a successful life!!
Aroni 9 dias atrás
I love these videos! I really appreciate the hard work they put in daily and it really does pay off at the end. Wishing him and his family the best!
T B Mês atrás
Man this is so humbling! To see how others live and survive and don't complain. Much much respect!!! God Bless
Jay Gee
Jay Gee 3 dias atrás
I think they live so much richer lives than us even though we think we have more. I would love to be born again and love my life this way. I know it's extremely tough and I'm not romanticising it or trivialising it but I'm tired of the 'modern' world. I want to live where I feel my life is fufilling. These people are so blessed.
drip 45
drip 45 25 dias atrás
i want to live here. so peaceful and everything is natural. no pollution
Karen Burch
Karen Burch 3 meses atrás
BRvid randomly recommended this to me and I'm very happy it did. I never heard of Yakutia before but learning about the people and lifestyle was fascinating! Thank you for introducing your homeland to us. I've subscribed to your channel for more.
Làng Bè TV
Làng Bè TV 8 dias atrás
Helo hiii Thankyou
Pem Layugan
Pem Layugan 13 dias atrás
Same here
Rupak Sahu
Rupak Sahu Mês atrás
Mulaikah Abd Muttalib
It's amazing to see the other side of world. I couldn't imagine living in that super freezing cold weather which is opposite with mine. Such a nice video & such a beautiful family. Warm greetings from Malaysia~
ML 7 dias atrás
For those who are interested: Yakutia is a region comparable in area to the country of India. It's largest city is Yakutsk, which is comparable in population to Honolulu. It stretches over 35 degrees of latitude and contains a wide range of northern climates. As I write this, the temperature across most of Yakutia is what one would consider to be "relatively warm", at around 20 degrees centigrade. The temperature across most parts of Yakutia fluctuates roughly from around -40 to +30 degrees centigrade yearly. Most cities in Yakutia have functioning public transport and public amenities, which includes school buses. I do not know what specific village this video takes place in, but I think it is a bit of a stretch to portray this as the image of "Yakutia". When I think of the province of Quebec, I do not think of the village of Ivujivik, and I certainly wouldn't call Ivujivik "Quebec" in a documentary without elaborating further.
D J MORRY 17 dias atrás
Most of us including me don't know what hardship is like ,but I do remember my father walking me a mile or so on snow covered pavements to my first day at a Irish primary school in 1950! I was five years old and still remember that event! The teacher gave us all toffie apples to stop the crying!
Sabrina Stone
Sabrina Stone 18 dias atrás
The little boys eating the ice cream cones after school, in literally the coldest place on earth, and totally loving it!
Mending Wall
Mending Wall 9 dias atrás
Never too cold for icecream 😋
ThisDream 2 meses atrás
What a beautiful and wholesome life. To see a boy of Arian's age learning such useful skills and spending many hours with his dad is really quite heartwarming.
minimal minimal
minimal minimal 19 dias atrás
You really must be joking, the whole way of life seems depressing
Walter 26 dias atrás
@Luis Cantu III ??? Who the fuck is Jesus?
hobabie metal
hobabie metal 29 dias atrás
NAVNEET KAUR 11 dias atrás
Absolutely amazing to watch the Yakutians live their life in these extreme conditions that we all see in sci fi flicks! Respect and more Power to all of these brave hearts, especially young Arian! Humbled by this video, lots to learn from them, the sign off line is so inspiring, there’s nothing like bad weather, just weather n our attitude towards it ❤️❤️👏👏
leftymadrid 25 dias atrás
What a wonderful family. It's pleasing to see a family work together and have that respect for life together. Their son will learn so very much from his mother and his father. Appreciating nature to it's fullest!
Evandro Boppre
Evandro Boppre 19 dias atrás
Como o ser humano tem uma capacidade incrível de se adaptar ao meio ambiente... Parabéns ao seu povo 👏!
Eusebe Kamwasha
Eusebe Kamwasha 25 dias atrás
Really enjoy watching your family, culture & way of living in such harsh environment. I have no excuses even though cost of living electricity, gas, food just about everything expensive but I grow a lot of my own
Tiki Flower
Tiki Flower 3 meses atrás
The way Arian’s dad looks at him is very heartwarming, you can tell he really cares about his family
XFS540 2 meses atrás
Hey this comment was mentioned in today’s update video on Yakutia in the Spring!
zenxxe 2 meses atrás
@Catherine Bianca Then dont post IT on BRvid!no one even asked
Catherine Bianca
Catherine Bianca 2 meses atrás
I'm writing this message with tears, because of my health condition, the doctor told me this morning that i will not survive my health condition due to my cancer diagnosing, so i have decided to offer my fund to the orphanage children, homeless less privilege there in your country to enable them to always pray for me even am if I'm know more alive as the doctor has told me that i can not survive my health condition your assistance is needed
Veronica Foxx
Veronica Foxx 3 meses atrás
@James Christian in what worls bud?
David Galangue
David Galangue 10 dias atrás
Its too extreme way of life with this extreme cold temperature....I cant imagine how they deal with this very low temperature....I must say that I am blessed to be born and live here in a tropical country where we have moderate and fine weathers....I admired these people....
Ireki 26 dias atrás
I watched the whole video even though i am myself yakutian, the editing is done well and captures the viewer. Watching this video made me realise i miss times when i lived in a small village, i live in the capital of republic now and ive gotten so lazy because i dont have to work as hard as those who live in rural areas. Humbled me down for real lol
Ireki 21 dia atrás
@William everything was so simple. people were peaceful and id spend the whole day playing with kids outside. maybe im just romanticising that past life cus i remember a lot of alcoholic families there and i wasnt even told any bad news bc i was a kid
William 21 dia atrás
What was life like for you in the small village?
Busy Mother
Busy Mother 18 dias atrás
It's amazing how people live their lives there. It is so hard to live in cold weather place.
N 27 dias atrás
As someone who hates the heat I cant imagine how hard it is to live in a cold climate
Anipop03 24 dias atrás
As someone who’s climate is literally warm all year I would not be able to survive there
NeutralGenericUser 2 meses atrás
These types of environments always bring out the best in humanity. Everyone depends on each other to survive, they all care and look out for their community. The end result is a safe, tight knit community that exudes warmth in the unlikeliest of places. I wish we could have this attitude in large cities; the world would be a better place. The Yakutia are amazing people.
Peter Hung
Peter Hung Mês atrás
@Matthew Torres haha, just a photo of a woman looking at the camera. you think overly more, relax.
leonard u
leonard u Mês atrás
@yitzhak shekkelsteingoldmanberg lol
leonard u
leonard u Mês atrás
@Peter Hung It can't happen in nay large city (especially racially/ethnically diverse ones) because large cities aren't conducive for the kind of high trust he's talking about.
Self Taught UX Designer
How does this get nominated for an Oscar or to be on Nat Geo? You did an incredible job, and I'm genuinely so humbled and impressed by your peoples skills and values. Amazing
Daniel Kovacs
Daniel Kovacs 29 dias atrás
Thank you for showing us your daily livies. I loved living in the cold of northern Canada. I miss it. It never got as cold as Yakutia - about -45 degrees Celsius. A hard working family. I respect this.
Bruno Lima
Bruno Lima Mês atrás
Inspiring to say the least! I cried with the final message. Thanks for sharing this. Much love for Yakut Village
rosalyn redwood
rosalyn redwood Mês atrás
I feel like their eyes are so warm..filled with kindness..thank you for this amazing and educational videos..much love to everyone behind this video and ofcourse to Arian and his family 💖💖
Evangeline Hoke
Evangeline Hoke 3 meses atrás
I love their simple life. What struck me is how healthy the schooling is. Only 6 hours a day, multiple languages, healthy and unprocessed food. It’s beautiful, and should be a model for bigger communities
luka Forman
luka Forman Mês atrás
👋 i hope you're safe over there? I hope this year brings happiness prosperity love and peace 💞❤️🕊️🕊️ all over the world 🙏🌍 I'm originally from Forth Worth Texas currently. and you where are you from if i may ask
Edward L.
Edward L. 3 meses atrás
@Anna Johnston actually I am very happy and content with my life where I am. Just bought a house in the country and plan to commute from the city to there for long weekends. Are you content?
Anna Johnston
Anna Johnston 3 meses atrás
@Edward L. It appears you would be happier there and away from all those “spoiled lazy children.” Maybe you should move? And leave us to our devices while you enjoy your utopia
trai witz
trai witz 3 meses atrás
@alexi Nulla the reason processed food is so prominent in large societies especially in the west is because it is cheaply made and therefore ideal for mass production, and also lasts very long and thus doesn't need to be monitored or replaced, adding to its cost effectiveness. Healthy, unprocessed food, such as non gmo organic food, is more expensive and goes bad faster making it harder to be sustainable for large school populations, such as the school i went too which had about 4000 students. the cost of serving good like this to so many mouths would require a ridiculous amount of funding to be redirected from other parts of the school. teaching multiple languages at such a large school would also be hard because of the number of students you need to account for in the generalized education system. with so many students, it is hardly manageable as it is to teach them the basics of math, natural sciences, art, history, and the one required foreign language, because of all the different students you need to account for you also need to account for a vast array of learning styles, circumstances to learning, and living circumstances, a degree of variability that simply doesn't exist in a condensed, remote community such as this. So teaching multiple foreign languages would also be very difficult because there aren't 6 or 7 students to a classroom, there are 30. While I do believe that obviously both those things could be very beneficial, it would take years to actually implement into the common education system, which is why the parents who can afford it send their kids to private school.
Yakutia is such a beautiful place. Watching this video makes me realize that there are so many beautiful and difficult things in life. Btw Arian is such a lovely body who is trying to help his parents with the chores.
Евгений Макунев
As a Yakut I confirm everything shown :) Though there a lot of cities in here that much more urbanized and less cold
Margo Gvozdeva
Margo Gvozdeva 18 dias atrás
Удивительная семья 😍😍😍 сохранили свой язык, свои традиции, все так уютно и благополучно.. так и захотелось сесть перед камином с семьей))
Honza Mês atrás
Thank you for this video! I´m gonna appreciate my home and place where i live even more after seeing this. Those people living there have my respect.
aname 3 meses atrás
The respect I have for this family is huge. Arian is such a great kid!
Major Wd
Major Wd Mês atrás
@Hello There I wouldn’t call this place a hell hole, they seem very contented living in a small village where they know everybody. He could grow up and try and live somewhere else but this actually feels very healthy
Catherine Bianca
Catherine Bianca 2 meses atrás
I'm writing this message with tears, because of my health condition, the doctor told me this morning that i will not survive my health condition due to my cancer diagnosing, so i have decided to offer my fund to the orphanage children, homeless less privilege there in your country to enable them to always pray for me even am if I'm know more alive as the doctor has told me that i can not survive my health condition your assistance is needed
MyWasteOfTime Mês atrás
With everything going on in the world, I love watching content like this! Thank you!
cp constantine
cp constantine Mês atrás
Thank you for the geography lesson. I had to go online to locate the village. I guessed Russia, but wasn't sure. We complain about the heat... next time the temperature in my state hits 90* i'll remember the kids from Yakutia.
Harvey Birdman
Harvey Birdman Mês atrás
Great video. We could learn a few things from Arian and his wonderful family.
One day in the winter of '85 we had -43°C and with the windchill it was below -75 for two days. Really brutal. As a teenager I walked to the local mall which was just under a mile away and was lucky to have two places to warm up. That last stretch I felt lucky to make it and thought I might pass out. It was insanely cold.
Kworld 3 meses atrás
The way Arian’s dad looks at him is very heartwarming, you can tell he really cares about his family.. Edit: Plz do subscribe to this small BRvidr😭
Pretty Damsel
Pretty Damsel 23 dias atrás
@Peekon wow africa is not a country, some countries have fresh water fyi (where i come from)😭😭
Khotton Tton
Khotton Tton Mês atrás
@yitzhak shekkelsteingoldmanberg harships really varies wherever you are lad :)
Khotton Tton
Khotton Tton Mês atrás
@yitzhak shekkelsteingoldmanberg not really, the hot and blazing seasonal heatwaves and drylands is freaking disastrous.. and the lack of source for clean water is such a butt pain.
yitzhak shekkelsteingoldmanberg
africans must be grateful of its warm climate they have..
Arainamelgil .Arainamelgil
What a beautiful and inspiring video! I'm so glad to follow you now. The family and Arian are marvelous in that kind of weather, so happy and kindness.
Its Shay
Its Shay Mês atrás
I’ve always loved winter (must be the Canadian in me 🇨🇦) so I find life in Yakutia to be fascinating.
Kartika Dewi Nugroho
Kartika Dewi Nugroho 3 dias atrás
Its amazing how human finds way to deal with the surroundings.. people on the equator like me never imagine about harvesting water...and one thingvI notice.. even though its freezing but i feel that the video resonates the warmth within their community Anyway, i wonder in 2:44 why they can wear such clothes if the tempaeratur is minus 40.. I would wear extremely thick jacket, even inside the house in that temperature
Demendred Mês atrás
I have a lot of respect for those villagers, to live in that cold of weather.
L 4 meses atrás
You can't be lazy in this town, or you'll literally die. They are such hardworking people.
Yummy Countryside
Yummy Countryside Mês atrás
Armed Antifascist
Armed Antifascist Mês atrás
You're complimenting them because they don't allow themselves to freeze to death? As if they have any choice.
Kahdija Barry
Kahdija Barry Mês atrás
@Mansa Garus humm you cannot be lazy living in Russia. Its not a place to be entitled.
Eigan Madani
Eigan Madani Mês atrás
Much love and respect for this community ❤
Gary D. Mock
Gary D. Mock 11 dias atrás
You can't be lazy in this town, or you'll literally die. They are such hardworking people.
Jess Vee
Jess Vee 21 dia atrás
I didn’t even know humans could thrive like this in the coldest place on earth. Wow. Yakutia people are amazing! 💕👍🤗
shiva tiwari
shiva tiwari 29 dias atrás
Very amazing video....learning to survive in such extreme weathers with all due respect to mother nature.Thank you for bringing up this video
Marion Holtzmann
Marion Holtzmann 3 meses atrás
I teared up when the father talked about raising his child as honest and hardworking, it obvious that they are good people raising good people
Kahdija Barry
Kahdija Barry Mês atrás
@Gabriel Fergon yes that's true 👍
Gabriel Fergon
Gabriel Fergon Mês atrás
@Kahdija Barry not only sudan, native black egyptians are called nubians too
Kahdija Barry
Kahdija Barry Mês atrás
@Mike Hunt nubians?? Nubians are Black people from sudan. You don't find them in America. Children are raised to be hard working and respectful in africa
Tanvir Rahman
Tanvir Rahman 2 meses atrás
Enson Renton
Enson Renton Mês atrás
I like watching this type of videos. Never heard of this place and now I’m very interested in learning more about it. Great video!!
Cesar Navidad
Cesar Navidad Mês atrás
Adaptation to the weather is the key! They are used to a very cold weather and that's amazing! I couldn't imagine me living in their country as I do live in a tropical country where the coldest temperature is 30degree-Centigrade!
Coco Loko
Coco Loko 9 dias atrás
Big respect to all the families living there . Wow now these kids can say We went through so much to get to school . It’s like a cartoon show . So magical so different
Random Electronic 2.0
Random Electronic 2.0 19 dias atrás
I was born in and spent the first 6 years of my life in Yakutsk and then 2 years in Aldan before leaving Siberia. I know it seems super crazy and fucked up living in these places but when you're born there and haven't been anywhere else it's perfectly normal.
Kurt Heerdegen
Kurt Heerdegen 3 meses atrás
I really have so much respect for this way of life. No materialism, no social barriers, just good people enjoying and being one with the bounty that nature has given them. They are truly at peace even in that environment and I just think that’s just awesome
Catherine Bianca
Catherine Bianca 2 meses atrás
I'm writing this message with tears, because of my health condition, the doctor told me this morning that i will not survive my health condition due to my cancer diagnosing, so i have decided to offer my fund to the orphanage children, homeless less privilege there in your country to enable them to always pray for me even am if I'm know more alive as the doctor has told me that i can not survive my health condition your assistance is needed
Sympathy For Devil
Sympathy For Devil 3 meses atrás
@Enoch Hart that's very negative way of looking at things, sure teach them modern things like coding etc but also teach them how to fish or other traditional things, a healthy balance is necessary.
Jameson 123
Jameson 123 3 meses atrás
@solmoman it’s not -71 year round that’s just the coldest temperature recorded right now it’s hovering around the -30s
Laldingluaia 21 dia atrás
wow.. i really enjoy.. Watching it.. Lovely family, lovely culture, lovely place.. great..!! Life must be diffucult.. But still living happily.. 👍👍
Liv Edwards
Liv Edwards 29 dias atrás
This (to me) feels like the best mini documentary I've ever seen (and I've watched TOO many)
jayaraman p
jayaraman p 10 dias atrás
There is no such thing as bad weather and it is the attitude towards the weather. We from tropical countries appreciate your life philosophy. Thank you for posting. From Tamilnadu India.
Minaal Ahmed
Minaal Ahmed 28 dias atrás
them: -40°,it's warm today! me: 20°,sitting with a blanket👍
00_BRUHH 9 dias atrás
Me, a filipino: 42°, My God that's cold.
sez syd
sez syd 12 dias atrás
So true ! Me in Australia it’s winter here is Queensland , 20 degrees and I’m dressed like I’m going to the snow !
MC ANLSN Mês atrás
The stillness in the soul of that father. The values he works towards instilling in his kids… The freedom of choice he still offers them… that family’s overall appreciation for simplicity… it looks like proper living to me. Looks like what humanity is meant to be like without all the distractions poisoning it in other places. Little piece of heaven …
Làng Bè TV
Làng Bè TV 8 dias atrás
Helo hiii Thankyou
Jennifer Lokash
Jennifer Lokash 12 dias atrás
This is a very beautiful comment.
dehydrated forehead
dehydrated forehead 13 dias atrás
this comment sums it all up
Liton Purohit
Liton Purohit 15 dias atrás
Emad Raza
Emad Raza 12 dias atrás
This one video makes me realize that how ungrateful i was till now despite having so much resources. People of this village are true motivation for others
ミンニ Mês atrás
Amazing to see how humans can adapt to any situation! He's brushing his teeth with ice water, using the restroom outside in the freezing cold and even eating ice cream, I don't think I could do that omg
Ramsesses Mês atrás
Wow my country is a polar opposite to this. I was born in Puerto Rico, and it is consistently hot. (80-90) Our climate is really weird as in some parts of PR can be really cold while some can be really really hot. Even though it is hot we all make the most of it. I'm currently living in southeast US and it feels pretty decent living here. But it's so happy to see that even though the climate is life threatening and very hard, they still made a lot of it. I wish luck too all in this village. 😁🤞
Peter Dia atrás
Amazing family, you helped me understand what is really valuable in life.
TheDracoChick 3 meses atrás
These people are absolutely amazing. The fact that their village is so well-kept and the residents are so adapt and well prepared for such a harsh environment every day shows just how resilient and strong the human race can be.
Yorik 4 dias atrás
Александр, «присоединение» земель не бывает без кровопролития и этноцида автохтонных народов.
Tyrone Valdéz-Krüger
Tyrone Valdéz-Krüger 3 meses atrás
@SpywareEverywhere Lesson is not over yet: We are certainly a species as well, the weirdest in the observable universe, I find. Btw we shouldn't ignore Human Race Adidas too. Super Deutsche Qualität.👍🏿
With all the difficulties still they are leading peaceful and happiest life on earth. God bless these families
Lasawni Reynolds
Lasawni Reynolds 18 horas atrás
We have so much to give thanks for. She said -40 is warm. He is so brave. I love that little boy. To have to endure such cold. Lord will continue to bless him, his family. Its good to see the sun out.
Little Angel
Little Angel 7 dias atrás
What a beautiful and interesting world we live in. These ppl are truly precious great ppl. I loved watching this.
Kim Tran
Kim Tran 21 dia atrás
Such beautiful how human can survive in any condition , feel so touching ♥️
OldieBones 3 meses atrás
Growing up in rural Alaska, I can only imagine how much more cold and difficult life in Yakutia is! Absolutely fascinating. Loved the ice fishing with nets, I've never tried that before!
Catherine Bianca
Catherine Bianca 2 meses atrás
I'm writing this message with tears, because of my health condition, the doctor told me this morning that i will not survive my health condition due to my cancer diagnosing, so i have decided to offer my fund to the orphanage children, homeless less privilege there in your country to enable them to always pray for me even am if I'm know more alive as the doctor has told me that i can not survive my health condition your assistance is needed
Monisola Elliott
Monisola Elliott 3 meses atrás
@OLUBOASIRI Ojo Yes. My mother did not want to raise her children in New York. The late 70’s and 80’s was a very difficult time in Brooklyn not anything like it is now.
OLUBOASIRI Ojo 3 meses atrás
@Monisola Elliott monisola kin lo WA ni anchorage for real
Coffee Link
Coffee Link 3 meses atrás
@Ulyana Ratova it depends what part of Alaska you’re in. If you live in the northern part, which is Barrow Alaska, the situation compare to this is similar
Asia Jeffries
Asia Jeffries 21 dia atrás
The little babies in school are too cute 😭😭 & I love their curriculum !! Amazing structure and food !
Osmanli Torunu
Osmanli Torunu Mês atrás
What a beautiful family and a beautiful story... Thank you posting this. I'm genuinely touched.
Arvind kumar
Arvind kumar 23 dias atrás
After watching this video.... I became a huge fan of Arian. He's my favourite now. At this young age he's working hard and helping his grandparents and his parents. TQ so much for this video. It's informative 👍
Imti Jamir
Imti Jamir 25 dias atrás
I have much admiration for this family and people from this region.
G T 2 meses atrás
Arian, rooting for you little dude. Keep your cultures and traditions alive!
Nikola Zlatic
Nikola Zlatic 9 dias atrás
@G T well such things are hard to account for
G T 9 dias atrás
@Nikola Zlatic It isn't protection from the outside I'm referring to. It's protection from within to change. That's the real danger to cultures like this. They want to modernize and be hooked into a more modern society and it's lures are hard to resist...especially for younger people.
Nikola Zlatic
Nikola Zlatic 11 dias atrás
no need to be rooting, their culture is protected under their autonomous republic's jurisdiction
Liton Purohit
Liton Purohit 15 dias atrás
Elmien Liebenberg
Elmien Liebenberg 21 dia atrás
The people living in this region has my respect. I would never be able to survive. I am not a fan of winter but the winters in South Africa is summer compared to the coldest place on earth.
Krishnan D
Krishnan D Mês atrás
This is the kid that our parents told they were.
raine 10 dias atrás
9:02 what a peaceful frame... i know i couldn't live this life because i'm a city girl at heart, but i'd love to experience it for a couple of days. incredible
Leva Fairus
Leva Fairus 11 dias atrás
What a sweet little boy, good job for helping your parents Arian
Mikan Lin
Mikan Lin Mês atrás
I can't even stay long in an air conditioned room, what more in this environment. We don't have snow here. This is very interesting. It's great to learn what's going on in different locations with different weather conditions.
Sreekumar Nair
Sreekumar Nair 2 dias atrás
Life in this conditions - can't imagine - we are in +42-44 degree hot temperature - BIG SALUTE
J H Mês atrás
Much respect for this community.
Prapti Buragohain
Prapti Buragohain 9 dias atrás
What a lovely insight into their daily life. Thank you
Richard Podnar
Richard Podnar 3 meses atrás
I like the way this story unfolds and is presented from Arian's viewpoint, revolving around his day and his interactions with his wonderful parents. He will grow into a great man.
Senpai Cero
Senpai Cero 3 meses atrás
He surely will...
I'm from a country where it's mostly hot, if temperature close to 0°C is freezing for me then surviving in this weather is unthinkable
xyrie cass
xyrie cass Mês atrás
this is so interesting, and i sort wish i lived this life. i genuinely want to. and it's awesome how you have ways to make a living in heavy cold
LVBLu L Mês atrás
What a wonderful family💖❣️
Zulu NonyaBizzNess
Zulu NonyaBizzNess Mês atrás
-40 and walking to school. WoW. As most know here in the US once it even gets close to 0 our children stay least in the southern states. And they definitely are not walking to school. This was simply amazing. I'm off to watch more.
HornyJlZZPotato 4 meses atrás
This "kid" is already a great man with a lot of responsibilities. He is receiving great education from fantastic and caring parents.
Can of Coors Light
Can of Coors Light 3 meses atrás
@Clambert Jamdrip Well my father died when i was 10 years old, and was raised my a single mother . Why are you so quick to judge anybody? You think everyone has a father they can bond and vibe with?
Night Fighter
Night Fighter 3 meses atrás
@Clambert Jamdrip sorry I don't live in a frozen wasteland bro. Most kids have chores regardless
dosmundos 3 meses atrás
@Some Guy In that case Hornyjizzpotato wins for the best comment. It's smart and original and the others are just trolling him. Whether he's the apple or the orange, no one had the right to challenge him with the other fruits side. His comment still stands.
Some Guy
Some Guy 3 meses atrás
@dosmundos Get back on track of topic. Parenthood. He judge their parenting values base on apple and orange, between their environment and big city environment. Further more, he condemn them. It’s not about who is smarter.
Palani V
Palani V Mês atrás
Sweet child, so well raised and hardworking and obedient. Interesting way of life, we have things very easy here in the tropics.
Rosezanne Marcus
Rosezanne Marcus Mês atrás
New sub here! Thank you for this video. Amazing and resilient people and culture. Planning on watching this again with my wishes to Arian and his family.
Scott Anthony
Scott Anthony Mês atrás
Hello! Rose, how’re you doing?
sez syd
sez syd 12 dias atrás
Great video learned alot we are in Australia very hot but we loved learning about Yakutia ! If you want to holiday here you can stay with us !Thank you so much !
Trung Nguyễn
Trung Nguyễn Mês atrás
When I watch this video, I feel like I'm living in that frozen land, it's amazing
Anchal Patel
Anchal Patel 29 dias atrás
I think it's high to incourage Arian father to make vlog of there place so that they can even enhance their lifestyle and we will get some more info and culture of -75° place. 😀
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Arian will grow up to be a very hardworking boy, I wish him the best in his future!
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