Embedded with quirky comedy and youthful romance, this family-oriented drama delves into the benefits of leading a life of integrity and devotion to God, versus leading a life of violence, conflict and crime.
In the village, a potter leads an enlightened life singing bhajans and remaining immersed in devotion to God. He has an enemy, who believes in living by the sword. The warrior's daughter is a devotee of God and also sings beautifully.
Eventually, the Potter and the warrior have a direct confrontation and the warrior receives proof of the benefits of surrender and devotion the divine. He changes his ways, takes up a life of nonviolence and becomes a spiritual man. With the help of the Potter, his daughter marries a good man, who is deeply in love with her.
An exceptionally powerful and wealthy Thakur develops enmity with the Potter when he warns him against his egotistical, immoral and greedy actions. As revenge, the Thakur employs different machinations to harm the Potter and his friends. How will the believers face the tests against their integrity and faith?