Ebbin bro, can you propose chechi in Bengali language, for a memory back? Bhalo bhashi.
That is sufficient.
Bhalo bhashi means I love you.
I love you.
How are you all? We are answering questions from viewers.
In the last video, we answered five questions.
Today, we are going to answer the remaining 5 sets of questions.
Let us start from the 5th and proceed to the 1st.
The 5th question was asked by NobyZ VlogZ Everyone will have some unforgettable moments in their life.
It might be happy moments or sad moments.
Which is an event in your life that you don't wish to remember at all? A moment that you never want repeated in life? When you ask me this question, the first thing that comes to my mind is my trip to Somalia.
Kalpita and I were travelling by flight.
Only two us of were there when we boarded from Sharjah.
After departing from Sharjah, we landed in Dubai after around 10 minutes.
Lots of people boarded from Dubai.
Some people sat on the aisle, some stood there, and some occupied the limited seats.
That was how we travelled.
It was a scary journey.
I was only 22 years old at the time.
It was a trip where I got very scared.
I was surprised that such a small flight had so many passengers.
That flight was so small that it gave motion sickness.
Kalpita and I, both have motion sickness.
Kalpita started vomiting.
After a while, she became very exhausted.
There is one thing that she told me at the time.
She calls me Ebbinum, because in Malayalam, we have almost all words ending with 'um.
' So instead of saying my name as Ebbin, she calls me Ebbinum.
She said, if I die on this flight, please see to it that my body is taken back to India.
When I think of that moment, I still feel scared.
I was very tensed when I heard that.
Is Kalpita really very ill? Will there be any hospitals in Somalia? It was a very frightening time.
I pray that nobody should go through such a situation.
Let us go to the 4th question.
It was asked by Daison.
Among all the food that you ate, which is the one that made you most happy and gave 100% satisfaction? Have you ever felt sad in the matter of food? Let me tell this first, I never felt sad in the matter of food.
If it is food, we have to respect it.
Sometimes, we may expect something and get something else.
Last day, Kalpita made rasogolla at home.
No, it was gulab jamun.
She made it saying that it is gulab jamun.
But as she made it with semolina, the taste was not at all similar to gulab jamun, except for sugar syrup.
So we changed the name and made it rava jamun.
If we try that as a new dessert, it is good.
If we eat something with a taste expectation in mind, we will feel sad when we don't get that taste.
There is one taste that has always stayed in my mind.
Nowadays, I eat spicy food.
But in my childhood, I didn't eat spicy hot food.
I didn't like it at all.
My mom used to wash the fish pieces with water so that I would eat.
Once when I went to my mom's ancestral house, I was having fever.
I didn't feel like eating anything because of fever.
My grandmother gave me a mixture of congee, lemon pickle and beans curry.
That was so tasty.
It was the taste of love.
So I started eating spicy food with that lemon pickle.
Now I eat hot and spicy food.
But I can't eat like Mark Wiens.
He can eat raw peppercorns.
I can't eat like that.
But I am okay with spicy food.
Now the next question.
It was asked by Sumi.
Which is the unforgettable place among all places where I travelled? We had answered a few similar questions in last video.
But in this, it is more about travel.
Last question was about my favorite place for living.
I will tell you about the trips that I did for videos.
Otherwise, Nepal trips were very happy.
Among the trips that I did for videos, the one that I loved the most was a family trip on houseboat.
Houseboat journey was a happy one.
It was not just happiness.
When we were doing the second video, my daughter was having slight fever.
That caused sadness also.
So I can never forget that trip.
When she was having fever, we shot a video while going to a dispensary.
I couldn't say that in the video, as it might give a negative feel to viewers.
I don't like to spread negativity through my videos.
Georgia trip was also wonderful.
The villages were so beautiful.
Plucking apples from orchards, and relishing their local tastes, all these were special about Georgia trip.
We did a video in Seashells Resort.
That was also with family.
It was another happy trip.
All these three were happy trips.
It is a question asked by many.
I have selected the questions by four of them.
We will discuss all those.
First is by Jincy Mathew.
Ebbin bro, can you propose to chechi in Bengali language, for a memory back? Kalpita is behind the camera.
So I am talking to the camera.
Ami tumeko bhalo bhashi.
Kalpoo, am I right? No.
Then how is it? Tumake Ami tumake bhalo bhashi.
Bhalo bhashi is sufficient.
Bhalo bhashi means I love you.
Njan ninne premikkunnu ( I love you.
) I was saying about one song.
That is how we say in Bengali language.
Can you tell about your marriage? It is Harinandan's question.
Mallu Trips has asked, did you learn Bengali and your wife learn Malayalam? I can speak bits of Bengali.
She can also speak bits of Malayalam.
Anita has asked, where was you schooling and college life? How did you meet your better half? Spill the beans.
I giving the answer to both the questions together.
We will do some detailed videos about this topic.
About my school and college life.
our love stories.
and about married life.
No, we will leave that.
We will do a video about our love stories.
That will be done later.
The next question now.
Which is the food for eating which you took pains? I don't take pains for anything.
I don't take efforts for anything.
I am a lazy guy.
You can call me Kumbhakarnan (mythological character) I love travel and food.
And I love to sleep a lot.
All these are my favorite pastimes.
I am a Kumbhakarnan who travels.
So it would be wrong to say I took pains for anything.
But the videos for which I took some efforts were Aranmula and Chettikulangara.
In Aranmula, I went with wife and ids.
We enjoyed the sadya (feast) after shooting for 40 hours.
The 40 hour shoot started with the views from temple.
It was on the first day.
Then we shot the starting of cooking.
Then we shot the cooking process, which continued till late night.
Next morning, we shot the prayer ceremony for boats.
There were rituals for the boat, and then the boat trip to the temple.
After the temple rituals, it was time for sadya.
It was a happy event.
After such a lengthy video shoot, sadya felt wonderful .
The way in which they asked for specific items in a song form was fun to watch.
So they all had sadya.
Now it is my turn.
I am going to have food.
Though I also came in the boat with them, I was behind the camera.
So I couldn't eat earlier.
Now I am also sitting for sadya.
Vallasadya is one of the biggest sadyas in Kerala.
Chettikulangara was also a tough shoot.
There were other videos which were hard to shoot.
But these two were the videos which took around 40 hours of shoot for 20 minutes videos.
In Chettikulankara, I went with Hashmi.
There, we shot the temple, kanji offering, and cooking.
After that, we sat on the floor to have hot kanji served on leaves.
Having that hot kanji was a pleasant experience.
Those were the food items which I tasted after taking some efforts.
This was all about our question-answer session.
We did it in two parts.
Hope you liked it.
Give your suggestions.
You may have more questions.
We will answer those in later videos.
Let us end this video here.
Always be happy and be with us.