The story of love and betrayal, altruism and yearnings, kingship and fidelity, depicts the life of the desert dwellers in it's germinal style.
Around the dunes, at a time when people living across the new-found Hindustan were still lost in the past sacrifices and the present qualms, in the heart of the Hind desert wandered the desert dwellers who remained unperturbed by the inundating restlessness. They are the soul of the desert, constantly filling the vacuum created by the unbounded expanse of sand. They are the gypsies and Banjara is one of the many tribes of this region, lead and guided by the revered gypsy leader – Billa.
Subi – a Banjara girl, had set her eyes on Bheer, at a very early age. Bheer, an orphan, knew that he was indebted to Billa and his family and owed them even what he could not afford. But his heart danced when Champa, Billa's daughter, sang the serenade. Champa, however, longed only for true friendship in both. Subi manages a scathed escape from the man her step-mother sold her to - Thakur; returns to her tanda with hopes of enunciating her misery and winning her love. Bheer's dilemma and Subi's jealousy pre-exist and Champa's mysterious death follows.
Will the spirit of a Banjara's triumph prevail over individual desires?