Gulab works happily from dawn to dusk in the garden at the house on top of the hill. One evening he takes back a big bunch of magnolias for his wife – “those flowers that look like the moon”. But on the way, he gives away a flower to Raju Ghodawala with the horse, one to Tsering and her baby who have come from Tibet, another to Lachhami going back to her cows... And for his wife? As we follow him home, the hill town of Shimla emerges in unexpected detail. People and their stories come together as in a large painting, captured here in the Pahari miniature art style of Himachal.