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The story is set in the rural backdrop of 1966. The film exploresthe customs and rituals which were there and have disappeared in time. For example, salt sold on donkeys, catching foxes with chicken traps, a fish which is believed to climb palm trees in rains, steamed rice cakes made in clay vessels.
The film also recreates characters of kids who can identify the type of fish just by looking at the bubbles it makes, a man who keeps calculating fluctuating rates of donkeys and mules, a heroine who sells tea for 2 paise and an educated hero who is very adamant on becoming a government school teacher.