A group of children mock the culture of their birth, the Hindu culture. The parents ask a reclusive Swami living in seclusion to explain the culture to the children. It is widely held that the Hindu culture is too complex for the young to comprehend. The Swami too believes this, yet he takes up the challenge brought to him by the parents.
Today's young have more knowledge of nature than all the past sages of the Hindu culture. For the young to accept the culture, the culture must fit their knowledge, and it does. That's because the Hindu culture is derived from nature much the same way as science discovers nature through observation, explanation, test. This is precisely the process that the sages of the Hindu culture followed.