This is an epic tale, in the Indian desert, of a warrior's search to change his life and to find peace. Lafcadia is the head of a band of warriors employed by a lord who rules from his Red Fort. In the midst of the slaughter of a village, Lafcadia has a mystical encounter with a young girl. He drops his sword and vows never to kill again. Lafcadia attempts to escape with his young son Katiba. The lord orders the warriors to bring back Lafcadia's head. They capture Katiba who dies protecting his father. Lafcadia, a broken man, sets off into the wilderness pursued by the warriors. On his journey he meets Riaz, a young street kid and an old blind woman on a pilgrimage to a Holy River. In the mountains, Lafcadia eventually comes face to face with the warriors, and is forced to confront his past in order to reach his goal.