It is a drama based on the interlocutions among two daughters, their mother and the grandmother. Riddhi, the elder daughter is of a subdued nature, chiefly engrossed in her studies and at the school, she conducts experiments on the reaction of the gamma-rays on the seeds of the sunflowers. Rimona alias Rumi, the younger daughter is apparently freakish but internally burdened with the effects of a perpetuating psychological phenomenon. The grandmother, moving on a wheel-chair, is unable to speak. The mother, an outwardly impolite person, is ventured to be understood throughout the unfolding of the drama by myriad experimentations and, perhaps, one may discover the vital clues for understanding her character or may not find any.