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One Day in the Coldest Village on Earth | Yakutia

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  • Kiun B
    Kiun B  8 ай бұрын +2980

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  • _pampeop
    _pampeop 7 ай бұрын +25391

    arian is one of those kids who gets to say when he’s older “ya, i used to go to school in the freezing cold, had to climb mountains and stuff”

  • Konul Hajiyeva
    Konul Hajiyeva 2 ай бұрын +408

    I highly appreciate the way family members work together in a harmony and do household chore altogether. It is so inspiring

    • Miriad Lamentations
      Miriad Lamentations 25 күн бұрын

      In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God. John 1:1 ✝🌅
      All things were made by him; and without him was not any thing made that was made. John 1:3 ✝🌅
      And the Word was made flesh, and dwelt among us, (and we beheld his glory, the glory as of the only begotten of the Father,) full of grace and truth. John 1:14 ✝🌅

    • Robert Kolakowski
      Robert Kolakowski 26 күн бұрын +2

      Me too! The average person is selfish, and do not wish to work together.

    • 해
       Ай бұрын +9

      @paradox ward living in this world is called “survival” don’t be so cocky and just enjoy the little things in life would ya.

    • SummerGirl
      SummerGirl 2 ай бұрын +7

      @paradox ward It’s also called wonderful. And being good f#$#$#$ humans.

  • Headchangee
    Headchangee 2 ай бұрын +791

    “Every parent has to raise there children to be a good person “ ❤ what a beautiful family and such a humble village ✨☺️ beautiful place !

    • Blackhole
      Blackhole 16 күн бұрын

      @LJ McDonald what u mean? Do you know that Trans people have children? Yes, thats out society. If you go in this village you wont find such insane thoughts.

    • Hendrik Like  Music
      Hendrik Like Music Ай бұрын

      The people of Yakutia are truly incredible

    • Paul Kranz
      Paul Kranz Ай бұрын


    • stackman
      stackman Ай бұрын

      i thought that was common sense

  • Volros64
    Volros64 2 ай бұрын +237

    I grew up in Yuzhno Sakhalinsk, and while the winters never got near that cold, the amount of snow and wind we had was intense. The scenery and routine reminded me a ton of when i was a kid. Shout out to those dogs btw, those guys are real troopers.

    • Mimi Little
      Mimi Little 27 күн бұрын

      @Volros64 Did you locate to a warmer climate?

    • Nadia M
      Nadia M Ай бұрын +12

      Also grew up in Siberia :). Yep, huskies are the best!

  • Lothar von Richthofen
    Lothar von Richthofen Ай бұрын +180

    I’m so impressed with how respectful 9 y/o Arian is with his parents, and his teacher…walks to/from school when it’s -40 C…then comes home and helps dad with crafts,
    Chopping wood, metal smithing, hunting, woodworking, etc….and he’s learning 3 languages
    Great work ethic…didn’t see much screen time,
    Roblox, or Fortnite playing by this kid…he’s training his mind and body for something great

    • Parth Gulati
      Parth Gulati 14 күн бұрын

      @Miriad Lamentations did God specify who asked?

    • Miriad Lamentations
      Miriad Lamentations 25 күн бұрын +1

      And the Lord thy God will circumcise thine heart, and the heart of thy seed, to love the Lord thy God with all thine heart, and with all thy soul, that thou mayest live. Deuteronomy 30:6 ✝🌅
      A new heart also will I give you, and a new spirit will I put within you: and I will take away the stony heart out of your flesh, and I will give you an heart of flesh. Ezekiel 36:26 ✝🌅
      And I will give them an heart to know me, that I am the Lord: and they shall be my people, and I will be their God: for they shall return unto me with their whole heart. Jeremiah 24:7 ✝🌅

  • Dazed & Confused
    Dazed & Confused 2 ай бұрын +35

    The filming, editing, storyline and narration was excellent. The film was short and precise; in less than 18 minutes we were shown the life of a 9-year-old boy living a good life the coldest place in the world. The filming, editing, storyline and narration was excellent. Arian, his parents, his school, the horses, fishing with his dad, and the Sakha (Yakutia) Republic was filmed beautifully.

  • StonyRC
    StonyRC 8 ай бұрын +12381

    MASSIVE respect to the people of Yakutia. These are folk who really do understand the value of home, family, food, education and society.

    • Blackhole
      Blackhole 16 күн бұрын

      @Griffin Jones its also in the Bible "judge righteously", know them by their fruits.

    • RealFreeAbrams
      RealFreeAbrams Ай бұрын

      @Comatose PS average ameriKKKan

    • Comatose PS
      Comatose PS Ай бұрын

      @RealFreeAbrams I did. The Democrats were in charge in my state!

    • 7EvanPAC義
      7EvanPAC義 Ай бұрын

      Mandate of Heaven: To be Counted Righteous always meant to reject Evil absolutely never allowed to justify evil crime lawlessness in heart thus when being made aware of Law (Truth) thus taking God at his word (God's word (law) made flesh: Jesus Christ replacement of First Man & the Lord of Heaven in the Flesh the literal Body of God) hence obedience and sacrifice the test of the heart (In full legal agreement with/Listening to God). The Heart is what has always been judged (pure) as good or evil. (Once learned made aware of Law, All People held to account judged by Law known/Israel.) El-Elyon (Most High), Ahura Mazda "Wise Lord" (Persia) Zoroastrianism, Egyptian Book of the Dead, Ancient China Temple of Heaven (Shang-Di), (Egypt) Ancient of Days, all cultures prove the only first religion and priesthood of humanity the Melchizedek Priesthood Jesus Christ (completed) fulfilled forever as the living High Priest (Promised Virgin Birth Covenant: Christianity is the fulfilled Melchizedek Priesthood through Jesus Christ the only promised savior redeemer who fulfilled the law and prophets and his Orthodox Church (All Holy Trinity Branches of correct doctrine is counted as Orthodox) is the only Functioning prophetic Holy Spirit Lead Priesthood of the 12 Tribes of Israel). Children, Free Will, & The Tower of Babel cultural language divide delays Jesus Christ's reign as when he claims throne he is immediately responsible for judging all both living and dead. All ancients knew of the promised resurrection of the Dead (Reincarnation), virgin birth, and Judgement Day of the Righteous and Wicked souls; To be perfect is to be complete according to set standard, mathematical law of absolutes good vs evil. The true opposite of love is unholy selfishness, the epitome of pride is self-righteousness (unmerited value/unlawfully agreed). People confuse pride with its righteous opposite which is Glory/Honor all ancients sought. Good is that of Truth/Holy Lawful Order, & Justice. Evil is that of Lies, unlawful disorder, chaos. Jesus Christ is the Law and the Test of Faith & Heart concerning righteousness and ritual purity (Ritual Purification) that which is Holy; whereby Jesus Christ (The Lamb of God) the word of God in the flesh is the standard of measure how a person is judged as good or evil based on their choice to receive God's payment blood covering sacrifice through Jesus Christ's Perfect Lawful Life. Faith=Trust. (KJV Bible for English) (Romans Ch.10) (Eternal Life) If you confess with the mouth the Lord Jesus, and shalt believe in thine heart that the creator (supreme spirit) Lord of Heaven hath raised him from the dead, thou shalt be saved.” Jesus Christ the only worthy Emperor King of Kings Alpha Omega of Humanity has the authority and dominion of the first man and is the Eldest of the Human Race (Virgin Birth promised by Creator before Cain & Able) and First Born resurrected unto Glorification from the Dead. Israel is the church body of Christ Family of God; all people of any nation of the world that choose Righteousness, Honor, & Glory are citizens of Israel the Most High Lord of Heaven's Kingdom. Peace = Jesus Christ the only begotten son of God born from a virgin with no corruption from Adam's Seed. Islam is Satans Counterfeit of The 12 Tribes of Israel. Most people in world (All Ethnicities) including Arabs that identify as muslims are actually Israelites by Blood (All saved by Blood of Messiah Jesus Christ counted as Israelites co-heirs by Blood of Jesus Christ). #Zoroastrianism proves virgin birth (3 Wise Men Kings from East). Confess & Repent of Evil Crime lawlessness by Jesus Christ to Heavenly Father Creator of Life! (stop doing crime and ask for forgiveness for all evil done) ✓Share with everyone, Diyu Shiwang Earth Prison Hell Ionic covalent bonding law water/air the spirit is a Gas given state of matter, God is light there is no darkness in him, spirit mini light star fuel fodder if trapped bonded to the Lake of Fire Earth's core Domain of all impure dead, Man was given dominion and made of earth so the wicked withered unsealed souls are pyre for the Earths domains fire. (Psalm 88 Bottomless Pit) Every action has equal opposite reaction one reaps what they sow by covenant. As with the Israelites the Living God sent Holy Angels to cultures such as the Native Americans giving them a form of the Gift of Tongues (prayer language whereby the Blood of Jesus Christ by word law promise of God virgin birth covenant was invoked for healing etc. binding and sealing evil spirits). There were pure hearted people and evil "witch" magicians using evil spirits among the Native Americans as with all groups. Zoroastrianism is named after Zarathustra/Zoroaster a Prophet of the Living God whereby that "religion" is actually fully tied too thus derived from the Melchizedek Covenant. The Emperors of Ancient China acted as High Priest for the Kingdom people and land sacrificing a lamb at the Temple of Heaven to the Lord of Heaven just the same as the Israelites were instructed. Read Acts 2:17 KJV. I am a jew by blood and orthodox christian and one of the Prophets appointed unto this Generation. I am a literal witness that Jesus Christ is Alive! I have seen and spoken to Angels and Demons, Astral Projection out of body experiences, I have heard the audible voice of the Living Eternal Creator Father God as with all the Prophets before me (Fully Sober all my life). Revelation 2:5
      “Remember therefore from whence thou art fallen, and repent, and do the first works; or else I will come unto thee quickly, and will remove thy candlestick out of his place, except thou repent.” Ephesians 4:30
      “And grieve not the Holy Spirit of God, whereby ye are sealed unto the day of redemption.” A person is only Born Again Saved when Glorified made incorruptible, Salvation is a Gift of God it is God's choice by the Word of God, the person living in full agreement with God his law and truth New Covenant, Pure Hearted. Sweden Denmark Germania Danube Julius Caesar Israelite Tribe of Dan (Adonai - Odin , Lok-i Luc-ifer). I am a literal witness that Jesus Christ is Alive with a Glorified body superior to the Holy Angels in Function and Authority; the Glorified Body humanity had before sin the curse of death Decaying bodies. --- 7EvanPAC

  • V Balaji
    V Balaji 2 ай бұрын +87

    I don't have enough words to express how good and heart warming this video was. The entire time I felt like I was in Yakutia. Glad I found this channel❤️

  • $Love2000Love
    $Love2000Love 2 ай бұрын +165

    Arian will be one of those children as an adult who will be able to speak on real family values, and the survival skills he learned.... NOT how he kept up with the latest social media trends.

    • J Mac
      J Mac 7 күн бұрын +1

      What’s wrong with at least SOME frivolity?

    • It's From Beyond
      It's From Beyond 20 күн бұрын +3

      That's right. Beautiful.

  • Marina Lyan
    Marina Lyan Ай бұрын +30

    Какой классный Арианчик!Такой молодец!Всего 9лет,а какой воспитанный,сообразительный,трудолюбивый!👍👍👍
    Видно,что сами родители тоже хорошие!😍🥰В любом случае это сильные духом люди!Спасибо всей съёмочной группе!

    • Inga Sivceva
      Inga Sivceva 21 күн бұрын

      ​@Юлия они знают, но почему они должны разговаривать на русском имея свою родную разговорную речь? Они не русские, они россияне, а Россия, как известно, славится тем, что она многонациональная. Не надо тут показывать ваши шовинистские наклонности.

    • Inga Sivceva
      Inga Sivceva 21 күн бұрын

      ​@6erJlblu они говорят на своём родном языке, как и положено.

    • Юлия
      Юлия Ай бұрын

      @6erJlblu, да, я вот, тоже диву даюсь, что они русского не знают, не в России живут?

    • 6erJlblu
      6erJlblu Ай бұрын +1

      "Ни слова по русски"... я даже предполагать не буду чей спонсор данного труда.

  • Just Julien
    Just Julien 2 ай бұрын +126

    Thank you for letting me see into this world so far away. Loved seeing the children at school and the family at home.

    • Kiun B
      Kiun B  2 ай бұрын +16


  • AngryAquarius1144
    AngryAquarius1144 2 ай бұрын +49

    Idk why this was recommended for me but I’m glad it was. What an interesting perspective on how different parts of the world live. I could never. It’s incredible props to them.

  • AJ etc
    AJ etc 5 ай бұрын +5720

    I love how that kid is like nearly freezing to death on his way to school, and a dog just trots by completely fine. Not even a husky, just a random collie dog.

    • HW HS
      HW HS 2 күн бұрын +1

      What're you blathering on about?

    • Ukko Mannermaa
      Ukko Mannermaa Ай бұрын

      @N0Lif3 I lived in Eastern Siberia for a year. It gets pretty freaking cold. -40 °C is normal.
      There were a ton of dogs living on the street, and they made it through the winter just fine.

    • Goodnight Munchie
      Goodnight Munchie 2 ай бұрын +1

      @Joy Lynch your talking about your mother 🚬😳

    • Joy Lynch
      Joy Lynch 2 ай бұрын

      @Caroline L I really liked the way it looked

  • Jan Broz
    Jan Broz Ай бұрын +31

    How cute is that Arian and his attitude towards nature. I loved him helping his mother and father. He really is a blessing😍😍😍

  • Joe Berlin
    Joe Berlin Ай бұрын +7

    Samuel's isolation is beautiful in its own right, but it is inspiring to see how formidable this human village is in the bone-chilling winter cold. The way the villagers work together with such love and harmony is a reminder of how truly resilient people can be. I'm in awe!

  • Anand Sharma
    Anand Sharma 2 ай бұрын +43

    Seeing little Arian happy with his life, as a 40+ man living in a metro in a tropical country I feel quite ashamed and embarrassed of myself. Yakuts are incredible people. Much respect!

  • Priyadarshani Kumari
    Priyadarshani Kumari 2 ай бұрын +14

    So beautiful. Maybe the weather is a bit harsh but the environment was absolutely fascinating. I loved their daily routine and now i have a great desire to visit yakutia

  • Dreamer 92
    Dreamer 92 Ай бұрын +11

    It's impressive how they manage to live in such a harsh environment and even enjoying it.
    In this family everybody has an important role and seems not afraid or pulling back from what needs to be done for the family.
    Looks like they live in harmony and can appreciate the small things that actually matters the most, more than we do. They know they need to work hard even to prepare just water or a meal but they don't let their spirit down and they go on.
    It's also lovely to see the spirit of this family when they are gathered around the table and even though the video is too short to tell, they really don't look lke the kind of family where someone is doing all the work and complaining about someone doing nothing. Looks like everybody knows what has to be done and they are all doing without complaining as they understand the importance of working hard and knows that this is what everybody else in the village is doing.
    While we follow influencers adding no value to our world and striving for getting the new top level item of the year and complain all the time, they just live and enjoy their lives, putting the family and loved ones in the first place and their goal is probably to learn more and more things to better cope with their harsh environment and provide their family with what they need.
    Thank you very much for this video, it makes you realize what is actually important in life and how happiness comes from the small and basic things we take for granted and we normally don't give importance to.

  • Bella
    Bella 6 ай бұрын +3480

    10/10 for the camera crew as well, who are not used at all to this weather and recorded this masterpiece

    • Karmatt
      Karmatt Ай бұрын +2

      I’m surprised their cameras worked

    • CargoRay Gaming
      CargoRay Gaming 5 ай бұрын +13

      This isn’t some bbc documentary… the woman who runs this channel was the director and the cameraman was a local so is in fact used to the cold.

    • Nobody
      Nobody 5 ай бұрын +4

      I don't have the heart to break the 777 likes... perfect number...

    • Brian Scott
      Brian Scott 5 ай бұрын +7

      No, the camera operator was named in the end credits.

  • Parina Sood
    Parina Sood 2 ай бұрын +14

    Beautiful and heart warming series. Watched with my kids. We all loved the simplicity and family bonding. Felt so inspired❤

  • Carter Carter
    Carter Carter 2 ай бұрын +15

    I don’t know why the algorithm led me here, but I am truly grateful to have, for but a brief moment, been able to be immersed into such a beautifully uncanny place such as Yakutia. Quite scintillating to say the least.

  • Елена Кулинина
    Елена Кулинина Ай бұрын +3

    Якутия прекрасный регион. Я жила на севере Якутии 10 лет, пока училась в школе. Вспоминаю эти годы с благодарностью. Всё было прекрасно: и зима, и лето, осень и весна. Природа красивая.

    • Таис Вебер
      Таис Вебер 14 күн бұрын

      @Sofia Leon Якутия в России.

    • Sofia Leon
      Sofia Leon Ай бұрын

      Oh got confused thought this video was Yakutat Alaska But i started seeing the video for the same reason how people can manage to survive such cold weathers. I feel horrible it it goes below 70°F about 25°C can't imagine living below zero let alone -70

  • O t
    O t Ай бұрын +5

    This family is the greatest! And the calm, mature, and melodious voice of the narrator as well as the meaningful narration are great as well! I bet these people are totally free and no one bothers them (no criminals, politicians, or greedy developers). What a blessing!!!

  • Samiksha G P
    Samiksha G P 15 күн бұрын

    Arian is so wholesome! Watching this family has showed us how important the little things we take for grand is. Heart- warming! Thank you so much for this amazing video 😀

  • Dr Snooz
    Dr Snooz 7 ай бұрын +4950

    There is so much gentleness, goodness and love in that father's eyes. The kids of the village look so balanced and grounded. What a remarkable place.

    • Nune Movsesyan
      Nune Movsesyan 2 ай бұрын


    • Eagle Owl
      Eagle Owl 2 ай бұрын

      Only - 40 Degrees which means Arian must go to school. Meanwhile Me be like at 10 Degrees be like, "I'm shivering. I won't be go to school." Sorry for the bad english folks. I miss school a lot of the time. Hehe .🤣

    • Wan Ping Chan
      Wan Ping Chan 2 ай бұрын

      @bunnywavy xx how you know, you interview him personally.

    • samby
      samby 3 ай бұрын

      @Ease In Productions negative 40 - 45 f but yes minus 70 on the wind chill.

  • MiM AZ
    MiM AZ 27 күн бұрын +6

    This is an amazing life, despite the cold weather, his family others look so warm hearted.

  • Uranian
    Uranian 27 күн бұрын +6

    сижу смотрю и плачу, Боже как красиво Спасибо хранители снегов за такое видео . Смотришь и хочется жить)) Саха Прекрасна Какие замечательные люди

  • nasir yassin
    nasir yassin Ай бұрын +7

    One day life in Yakutia the coldest village on earth, is a life time education for every family with children, inspiring & motevating. Massive respect to the people of Yakutia, for their humbleness & disciplne, and also massive respect to Kiun B for sharing this valuable video. Naz, from Australia. 😍😍🙏🙏

  • Bagus Manu
    Bagus Manu Ай бұрын +4

    By watching Arian and his family worked hard to survive in a harsh climate. I feel grateful that I was born in tropical country where you could do everything without any concern of the weather. Be honest, In holiday I spent 70% of my time just laying around without doing anything.

  • Johannes
    Johannes 8 күн бұрын

    Incredible to see how people live and do their best. Much respect.

  • Lisa bae
    Lisa bae 6 ай бұрын +2604

    Big respect for the kid Arian, he looks so mature and stable at his age. Looking at his hands can tell that he actually works a lot, callous and experienced. Living in environment like this really helps the kids acknowledge and value their life more. I hope they keep doing well and have a happy life afterward

    • G
      G 2 ай бұрын +1

      yeah amazing what can happen when you aren't taught to hate yourself and aren't taught about the """toxic masculinity""" bullshit.

    • TakoPunch
      TakoPunch 3 ай бұрын +2

      @Kiwi Animation's no choice when entire society poisons your kid when they are at the school 8 hours a day

    • Lamberto Vitali
      Lamberto Vitali 3 ай бұрын

      Should use him to heat the ice in that container. Mind you not really good drinking water afterwards.

  • Monabbir Johan
    Monabbir Johan 2 ай бұрын +11

    Stay blessed, Ariyan. Also, Love for your parents who are raising you up in such unbearable coldest weather on earth.

  • sema6008
    sema6008 Ай бұрын +7

    I’m glad this was in my recommendations. This is so fascinating. Huge respect for the people who live there. I could not do it.

  • Mervenur Balaban
    Mervenur Balaban Ай бұрын +9

    "After all, there is no such thing as bad weather, there is just weather and your attitude towards it." 😍😍😍
    We see how inspiring and thankful they are despite everything.

  • Miss Sippi Soup
    Miss Sippi Soup 2 ай бұрын +18

    I love the last line, “There’s no such thing as bad weather. Only weather and your attitude towards it.” That can be applied to many other things we say, “a bad day” “a bad year”

  • szeryf
    szeryf Ай бұрын

    Ciężkie ale piękne życie 😍

  • leokimvideo
    leokimvideo 11 ай бұрын +1265

    Next time I think i'm feeling cold during Winter I'm going to watch this video to warm up

  • Jas Ahr
    Jas Ahr 2 ай бұрын +8

    Dear Kiun B, thank you so much for this exceptional insight to a daily life in Yakutia. Yakutia is so far away from my home, that I probably won't be able to visit this country. So I am pleased and thankful to learn, what life in Yakutia offers. This film is wonderful!

  • Quinwun Williams
    Quinwun Williams 2 ай бұрын +19

    If the whole world operated like this we have world peace I love how supportive and caring you all are no selfishness at all truly inspiring

  • Marie Luce Gallant
    Marie Luce Gallant 22 күн бұрын +2

    Des gens nés dans un temps de volonté et de courage Je les admire énormément ❤️❤️❤️😘😘😘🇨🇦🇲🇶

  • Kashish Mamgain
    Kashish Mamgain 2 ай бұрын +18

    Hat's off to Arian and his family and all the villagers who lives in yakutia 💞

  • Mr. Ripley
    Mr. Ripley Ай бұрын +8

    In my Atlas as a kid 25 years ago I searched for the coldest cities and village's on Earth and Yakutia was one of them. Although i had quite a a sense of imagination, I really couldn't imagine the people's everyday life there and their struggle with extreme cold freezing temperatures.
    And today, thanks to KZclip and this extreme talanted KZclipr channel, my blurred imagination became reality.

  • Brian Marion
    Brian Marion 3 ай бұрын +3027

    I loved that final sentance. "After all, there is no such thing as bad weather, there is just weather and your attitude towards it." Absolutely inspiring.

    • Arnau Vaquero
      Arnau Vaquero Ай бұрын

      totally agree

    • John John
      John John Ай бұрын

      @Sierra Wiggins Americans are used to complaining its normal

    • Eli Tiller
      Eli Tiller Ай бұрын

      I know right... I visited Joplyn once during tornado season and they just have such a bad attitude toward what is just weather.

      SAAD HERO Ай бұрын

      I beg to differ, when it's 55c it's likely to get a heat stroke and that's a bad weather

  • Smartypantzz
    Smartypantzz 2 ай бұрын +17

    What a great parents that 1st little one has. A great mother he has and a great father. What a blessed child 🙏

  • the real advocate
    the real advocate 2 ай бұрын +19

    The people of Yakutia are truly incredible. The way they live and work in extreme cold weather is beyond amazing. I love the way Arian helps his parents. Keep shining little boy you are doing great!

  • C. P.
    C. P.  Ай бұрын +2

    That food looks SO good!! Thank you for the intimate window into the Yakut way of life. What a beautiful land! Amazing family and lovely home! So glad I stumbled onto this channel!

  • Helios Elexandros
    Helios Elexandros 11 күн бұрын

    Im in the US in the mountains in Tennessee. This winter for couple days we had cold spell with -12 being the lowest. I went out to smoke and five min later my hands were on fire when I came back in. These people are absolutely amazing doing what they do in such harsh conditions. Thanks for showing me a little piece of their lives

    • Айан
      Айан 6 күн бұрын

      Почему USA делают санкции против этой страны? Почему USA под видом демократии бомбить много стран? Эти люди без вас живут счастливо! Этот мальчик вырастит и не будет любить USA и будет защищать свою родину Россию. Никакой вашей западной культуры не надо этим людям.
      Они не знают наркотики, они не знают, что есть мужчины как женщины!
      Отстаньте от России в России люди без вас счастливые!

  • heaven12345100
    heaven12345100 2 ай бұрын +3

    Uhhh those dogs hopefully have homes! I honestly love this… The sense of family is felt in this video! I would love to experience this! ❤

  • Awesome & Unique
    Awesome & Unique 7 күн бұрын

    This video has really inspired me. So when I had the opportunity to experience my first snowfall in UK, I remembered about it 🙂

  • Julia_HB
    Julia_HB Ай бұрын +8

    The children learn their native language, the language of their country, and English to navigate the world. Genius.

  • Whistleblower
    Whistleblower 28 күн бұрын +3

    A great image seeing the young lad following his father across the ice to go fishing. Every dad dreams of passing knowledge like that onto his children

  • Stetho Girl
    Stetho Girl 2 ай бұрын +3

    All I can say is God bless Arian and his beautiful family he is just like my younger brother I admire and respect all the yakuts living there

  • Rafael Ramos
    Rafael Ramos Ай бұрын +3

    Arian is one of the strongest kids on Earth, mentally and physically. I hope he and his family are doing great!

  • Saira Tabassum
    Saira Tabassum 2 ай бұрын +1936

    Watching Arian go to school in -55 weather and then help his parents around the house, I feel ashamed of how much we take things for granted. Such a beautiful and responsible child. So glad to have watched this video. It certainly gave me perspective.

    • Dreamer 92
      Dreamer 92 Ай бұрын

      Yes, I completely agree. It doesn't seem real to see a family leaving in such armony.
      Everybody has a role in the family and even the kid is actually helping his parents with the daily task and understand the importance of helping them and appreciate what his parents are doing.
      This was a short video but it looked like a family where nobody complaints over small things or over having to work hard while others are watching or chilling.
      Another thing: they live with small amount of technology and use only they things they need to go on with their lives, they are smart and have no internet, videogames and anything like that and I am sure these helps them in living in this way and focusing on what really matters in life.

    • Tax Evader 76
      Tax Evader 76 Ай бұрын

      @Serbaew they are both the same tempreture , as celsius and fahrenheit intersect at -40

    • Murci
      Murci Ай бұрын

      @NightmareStudiosslow ur roll N stay in school kiddo
      think harder, you might figure it out

    • Murci
      Murci Ай бұрын

      @NightmareStudios i think you missed the point...

    • Murci
      Murci Ай бұрын

      @NightmareStudios i think you missed the point...

  • Grace Aswath
    Grace Aswath Ай бұрын +1

    The words of the father! Honesty, hardworking, these are values that our future generation really needs to understand and live day by day! Thank you so much for this precious documentary!

  • nura uvakhit
    nura uvakhit 2 ай бұрын +2

    Arian such an adorable child! His parents also seem so kind😍 I would love to visit this place and added it to my wishlist 🌍

  • Smg -1
    Smg -1 Ай бұрын +11

    Bro this kid is a W. He doesn't complain about the cold, He goes to school by himself, Plus he knows a lot I swear if I see this kid I'm gonna Be his friend real bad.

  • Farrukh Normuradov
    Farrukh Normuradov Ай бұрын +2

    To be honest, I cant imagine myself living in these conditions. I still believe I would have been able to get used to this type of lifestyle, but I would rather choose living in the city. Thats me though, I grew up in the city. We watch the videos about these amazing people who live in these tough weather conditions and probably think that they are struggling, but .... they are happy with what they have got. The life is precious and living in Yakutia can be one hell of a chance to experience something new that we have never done in our lives. Great documentary - great people. God Bless. Hugs from Toronto 🙏

  • Bonefetcher Brimley
    Bonefetcher Brimley 15 күн бұрын +1

    This is pretty wholesome. The family doesn't have time for much drama, they're too busy enduring the cold!

  • Evangeline Hoke
    Evangeline Hoke  Жыл бұрын +1976

    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

    • Wellhellojill
      Wellhellojill 2 ай бұрын

      It’s 6 hours in the UK in most places. Primary school is typically 9-3. My daughter’s is 8:45-3:15 Monday to Friday.

    • inkognito 1
      inkognito 1 3 ай бұрын

      Looks like traditional Russian schooling, which is as bad on your health as many other types of schooling used worldwide. In Russia, primary school is like a grace period, it’s there to lay the foundation for further education which requires you cramming 8-9 hours of studying in a day. It’s very unhealthy, students get little to no breaks, most don’t have lunches or breakfasts at school, even if you get to eat the food at school, it’s either shitty or just not enough.

    • Aylin
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    • Marxel
      Marxel 4 ай бұрын

      Pastor please pray for the release of curses and magic. Please pray to facilitate the brain and be given intelligence. Please pray to get rid of the disease in the body. Please pray for smooth finances and be given wealth.

  • Victor Ree
    Victor Ree Ай бұрын +3

    What a lovely family.... It's inspiring for the rest of the world...
    IN Russia, children and family bonds are very important... 🇷🇺❤️⭐💯🇷🇺❤️⭐💯🇷🇺❤️⭐💯🇷🇺

  • B Wood
    B Wood Ай бұрын +2

    Amazing how cold it is. Where I am we have 3 months of winter. Basically, 15 degrees celcius and rain. Rest of year warm and sunny. In Summer 30 to 40 celcius every day. I wonder how this family would find such an existence. Even if in a rural area would they find the comforts of beaches and warm weather good or bad. (obviously they'd miss their emotional attachment to homeland). But I'd be fascinated at what the reactions would be and how they'd feel.

  • Gitte
    Gitte 2 ай бұрын +2

    How inspiring! Thank you for sharing it. A little village of 800 people doing their best to live ans survive on a daily basis. Pupils respect each-other in school, mo drama. Little community big ❤️. This is definitely a lesson for me and watching this from the UK 🇬🇧, made me realise I shouldn't complain when it's -8°C with heating on and easy to drive anywhere in the warm car. This video definitely made me not takes things for granted, like fruits and vegetables, water out of the tap when I want to.

  • Scott Price
    Scott Price 13 күн бұрын

    Precious little boy. No problem with character development having parents like that and living under those challenging conditions.

  • Lenilenileni
    Lenilenileni Ай бұрын +2

    Found out about your channel thanks to a Reddit post. And I’m super happy I did! Because watching this is so fun and informative! Thank you for sharing your videos to the world ❤️

  • Kurt Heerdegen
    Kurt Heerdegen  Жыл бұрын +1985

    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

    • Marxel
      Marxel 4 ай бұрын

      Pastor please pray for the release of curses and magic. Please pray to facilitate the brain and be given intelligence. Please pray to get rid of the disease in the body. Please pray for smooth finances and be given wealth.

    • A Person
      A Person 8 ай бұрын

      @Enoch feel bad for ur heartless kids

  • Marc Jov
    Marc Jov Ай бұрын +1

    Amazing series, thank you for showing us this way of life.

  • Aniket Choubey
    Aniket Choubey Ай бұрын +6

    At - 45 degrees...they are maintaining a standard living of life ...hats off to these legends...😁😁😍😍 lots of love from India......😁😁😇😇

  • Bilgisayar Mühendisliği
    Bilgisayar Mühendisliği Ай бұрын +2

    Çocuğun ailede yapılacak işlere destek olması çok güzel, çocuğu kendi haline bırakmak yerine hayata hazırlıyor, kendi kendine yetebilmeyi öğretiyor
    Zorlu şartlara uyum sağlayan insanları görünce, aslında elimizde olan ne çok imkan olduğunu görüyoruz
    Musluğumuzdan akan suyun kıymetini bilmeli

  • Miguel
    Miguel Ай бұрын +5

    Hi, Kiun B,
    I still don't know what to tell you... just because I feel like I should say to you and to all your community a lot of marvellous things.
    What do I see in your videos?
    Love in families! People helping one another! Fraternity, much fraternity Care, much care! Tenderness, much tenderness!
    Although temperatures may be so low, I see warmed hearts! Tender hearts! Brave hearts! Fraternal hearts! Loved hearts!
    I really am amazed with your town, with your people and, I must say, with the little, kind and tender boy, already little man at his 9 years old with a great sense of responsibility, Arian. A huge and tender hug to him.
    But also an enormous hug and warm hug to you, and to all the people in your town. You are in a paradise in which people really can feel one another, and build real fraternal and strong bridges, that keep humanity dreaming.
    Thank you very much for letting us know such a model of life through your videos! Simply wonderful to feel such a big sense of humanity you all live in!
    My best, best, best wishes to all of you!
    I dreamed a dream! Now I lived a dream!

  • Yvette Leonard
    Yvette Leonard Ай бұрын +2

    My 2nd graders and I watched this video. They were interested in how Aryan and his family lived. Some have said they would like to visit but didn't think they would like to live there. We live in the Arizona desert so their way of life is so much different than how we live here. They didn't think they would like to eat the fish but they were fascinated how Aryan and his father fished.

  • Michael Coffman
    Michael Coffman 4 ай бұрын +2275

    "Today was relatively warm, about -40°F"
    As a Floridian I'd die

    • Michael Coffman
      Michael Coffman Ай бұрын

      @Kevin Eagle 🤣 lmao

    • Kevin Eagle
      Kevin Eagle Ай бұрын +1

      Imagine what the Yakutian news reports about the weather there. "Get out your sunscreen because daytime highs are expected to soar in the -40's." A heat advisory is in effect and school has been cancelled. When will this heat wave end? Find out at six!

    • moi
      moi 2 ай бұрын

      You would be surprised that you would be fine. I lived in -40 for five months. But more used to hot temps.

    • nugraha teguh ginting
      nugraha teguh ginting 3 ай бұрын

      even my walk in freezer at work only -20. i still cant stay long in there to find stuff even wearing walk in overall jacket with hoodie

    • Jurgen Treue
      Jurgen Treue 3 ай бұрын

      Here in Australia when winter temperatures get down to +10C, we start piling the clothes on.

  • Romy Cruz
    Romy Cruz Ай бұрын

    "There's no such thing as bad weather, there is just weather and your attitude towards it." I like it !! It's just like saying that in life, however bad or difficult it could be, whatever the obstacles are - you can get through it if you are determined to do so !

  • Keep
    Keep Ай бұрын

    Kind and lovely people. How can you not wish them all the best. Also that cooked fish was so fresh. Amazing how they appreciate life and dont be all about greed.

  • Ekaterina Mikhailova
    Ekaterina Mikhailova 2 ай бұрын

    Все, теперь я захотела посетить Якутию 😊 живу на юге России, у нас зимой даже снега нет:( только степи

  • Nancy Catania
    Nancy Catania 28 күн бұрын

    I LOVED your video! Thank you so much for sharing with us. The family was so kind, gentle and sweet.❤️❤️

  • Filmed by Kate
    Filmed by Kate 2 ай бұрын +5

    I live in Japan and already dont want to move at -10C. Wow Arian and the families in Yakutia are so inspiring.
    Also your narration and videography is super good. I love watching all your videos!

  • natsuminofan
    natsuminofan  Жыл бұрын +37439

    Very enlightening ending line: "After all, there is no such thing as bad weather; there is just weather and your attitude towards it."

    • Martin Aziz
      Martin Aziz 26 күн бұрын

      Okay but like. Rain.

    • Sadingo
      Sadingo 27 күн бұрын

      Except that's simply untrue. If a gamma-ray burst hits Earth, show me how you survive that with a great attitude.

    • MUNCheeTz420
      MUNCheeTz420 Ай бұрын +1

      Bad weather exists...

    • Maria M
      Maria M Ай бұрын +1

      "there is no such thing as bad weather", that's what I keep telling my (90 year old) father who watches the weather forecast every night and if he sees 5 degrees (Celcius) he shivers! We live in Athens, Greece, where most of the time it is sunny and mild. I welcome cloudy sky and rain (rarely snow, which makes life difficult because we are not used to it). But I prefer low temperatures to the scorching summer heat which makes me go under the shower every 2 hours!

    • SheTheyIt He
      SheTheyIt He Ай бұрын

      Living in desert island🌵 belike. High cost for Air condition.

  • Umair Rabbani
    Umair Rabbani Ай бұрын +2

    The cutest inspirational thing I found to show my kids.
    Cant thank you enough for this asset.

  • TG
    TG 20 күн бұрын

    I have to remember that! “There’s no such thing as bad weather, just weather and your attitude towards it.” I was watching this thinking how miserable I would be living there. 😳

  • olivier plard-boinet
    olivier plard-boinet Ай бұрын

    Une vie très dure , même pour les jeunes , mais une région si belle ..

  • The Dark Knight
    The Dark Knight Ай бұрын +2

    I envy your culture. If children in America had such structured lives, where hard work and discipline were essential to survival, I think that this world would be a better place. Family becomes important. Working together becomes important. The community becomes close and tight knit. Crime isn't rampant. Being thankful for necessities becomes instilled in you life instead of the wastefulness that is everywhere here. It's inspiring and I think it's how we were meant to live. Without the cold here, and that need for discipline for survival people become lazy and prioritize the wrong things. GOD BLESS YOU AND YOUR FAMILY!

    • Айан
      Айан 6 күн бұрын

      Без USA они очень счастливы! Не надо вашей демократии , как в Иране, как Вьетнаме, как в Югославии, как в Украине... они без вас счастливые, зачем санкции? Этот парень вырастит и будет защищать свою родину Россию! Путин для них хороший! А вы живите и не меняйте людей под свою " демократию" не трогайте Россию.

  • Mircha Alexandrov
    Mircha Alexandrov 2 ай бұрын

    Спасибо большое, что так интересно рассказываете о Якутии. Очень классные ролики!) Добра и кучи лайков с колокольчиками от меня!

  • ThisDream
    ThisDream 10 ай бұрын +2396

    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.

    • Anubis Drakh
      Anubis Drakh 2 ай бұрын +1

      @BrokenSymetry you do realize that you are unable to choose where you are born, right? Skills like these are absolutely necessary, otherwise you will freeze and starve to death. I just wished that I could've picked up fishing and hunting, or doing handiwork around the house from my gramps or dad. I don't want to be the naysayer, but we are losing ourselves from generation to generation, subjected to apathy. This is coming from somebody born and raised in a post-soviet country.

    • Anonymous7524
      Anonymous7524 4 ай бұрын +1

      He should be outside playing with his friends and being a kid not doing chores with his parents all day.

    • Satoshi 1
      Satoshi 1 6 ай бұрын +1

      @Walter He plays for Arsenal.

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  • zack de Niro
    zack de Niro 2 ай бұрын

    I'm so impressed by there life ..masters and perfection at its best ..admire this so much .tough conditions and they get on with here daily tasks..everyone is down to earth and great people .thank you for this up load .Best wishes to you. Oh the kid is amazing 👏 he's so mature and willing to learn and adapt .great to see

  • Sean Does Things!
    Sean Does Things! Ай бұрын

    I love the line at the end "no bad weather..." It's very true, but we get away from that too often. Thanks for sharing this video! Now I don't feel so cold in 30*F

  • Shipra Laha
    Shipra Laha 2 ай бұрын +2

    Life is so much different on different places, this video is a treat to my heart

  • y_shh
    y_shh Ай бұрын +1

    This makes me feel more grateful about my life, their attitude towards life is inspiring

  • April's accountability account
    April's accountability account 2 ай бұрын +1

    I am addicted to watching these vids about life in Yakutia. Hard working and everyone from the oldest to the youngest contribute. EVen though it's a hard life and cold, Yakuita looks lovely! If there is ever an apocalypse the Yakutians will be the ones to survive, we Americans can learn alot from these people.

  • Ed González
    Ed González 3 ай бұрын +1617

    What a place! The family values are STRONG. The unity, respect and care for each other is humbling. Truly beautiful people.

    • natalie r
      natalie r 2 ай бұрын

      cander Why are you treating them like wholesome angels simply for doing basic tasks to survive

    • Maelstrom
      Maelstrom 3 ай бұрын

      @Marla Fowler I think you are talking more about industrialized communities in colder climates, which tend to also be have atrophied communities and are generally lonely places to live. City life or suburban life in cold climates tends to be very gloomy, especially in western countries.

    • Owen Leal
      Owen Leal 3 ай бұрын

      @Marla Fowler okay, so what? Tjey never said it seemed like a paradise. Proximity breeds closeness, they only said that they approved of how close the family was and how they stuck together, to persevere in harsh weather. The fatjer was literally talking about his family values and how he felt it was his and his wife's duty to raise his children to be good people and achieve their full potential. But yeah, they domt like each other and are only close because they have to be because its cold. Another contrarian.

  • mazaher sarabadani
    mazaher sarabadani Ай бұрын +1

    It was so inspiring for me. Arian is a brave and responsible for his family.

  • Sandhya Nagarajan
    Sandhya Nagarajan Ай бұрын +2

    I live in California where it never gets below 32F. It is fascinating to see how these people live in -95F weather! I cannot imagine that.

  • Hendrik Like  Music
    Hendrik Like Music Ай бұрын +2

    The people of Yakutia are truly incredible

  • Allen Kidd
    Allen Kidd Ай бұрын

    this village looks so beautiful and is such a vibe, visiting is now on my bucket list

  • Zona Daniell
    Zona Daniell Ай бұрын +1

    Very interesting and educational for someone like myself who resides in the Southern US, where the winters are relatively tolerable and the summers
    can be very hot. So blessed, but I would like to visit some of these very cold areas. I enjoyed the video very much...some of the school age
    children here should be exposed to this experience...thank you for this enlightenment...

  • Shadym Gukhamish
    Shadym Gukhamish  Жыл бұрын +3129

    The way Arian’s dad looks at him is very heartwarming, you can tell he really cares about his family

    • Marxel
      Marxel 4 ай бұрын

      Pastor please pray for the release of curses and magic. Please pray to facilitate the brain and be given intelligence. Please pray to get rid of the disease in the body. Please pray for smooth finances and be given wealth.

    • СВЕТ
      СВЕТ 6 ай бұрын

      STOP THE WAR in UCRAIN !!!

  • Tornciti
    Tornciti Ай бұрын +1

    It is amazing how clean their houses are, even with wood burning.

  • AoNeko (アオネコ)
    AoNeko (アオネコ) Ай бұрын +2

    Living in the cold sure is a challenge... These people are so brave!

  • Achoo
    Achoo Ай бұрын +7

    If Arian chooses to stay in Yakutia, some lucky girl will get a great man from him. He is going to do well in life just like his dad.