Yes, we are going to make (odiyal) kool. In our aunt’s house. Come quickly, we are getting late. Yeah, in outside of house Is it under the palm tree? That place ( tent near house ) is damaged. to her husband : bring those pots Are you going to cook on this pot? No, it’s here. Is there any different between kool from karainagar (current place) and other places? Yeah. What different? We include more ingredients. Can you tell them to bring plam leafs. Ask him to bring ‘piral satti’ (a pot use for only cook non-veg food). We already brought ‘pudalangai’. (snake gourd) This is perfect crab for ‘kool’ with yellowish crab eggs. Give me a hand to clean prawn. Do you have electricity supply here? Yes. what you going to do? Going to charge. (phone) This is my grandpa’s house. It’s hundred years old. And it’s damaged due to war and bombing in 90’s. Then we came here in 2013 and repaired damaged section. Where is damaged part of house? Here it is. This is my sister in-law. Preparing jack fruit seeds to add ‘kool’. Who is that girl on picture? That’s my daughter. What happen to her? she was working in a bank. After finishing her studies in Colombo. There is another photo of her while working in the bank. What happen to her? After two years of joining at bank she was shot dead by army. I will cry if I talk about this. Now we have added rice and green gram to boiling water. What next? Adding ‘odiyal flour'(made from palm tree) and seafood. Is it add one by one or all together? One by one. How long it will take? Around 45 minutes. What do you doing now? Carrying on Jack fruit seeds preparation. This is tamarind juice. And this? Chilli powder and turmeric powder. Can you come here… Help me to crush these crabs. Bring small spoon to do. Let mom to check it. Have a look. Don’t add warm water and should be hot water. That’s enough. It’s coconut, going to make into pieces and it’s nice with ‘kool;. Yeah, it’s nice. Can I have some more?