The story begins in a household of a Karbi (a tribe of Assam) village. A granny is singing an ethnic song, doing her usual chores when her granddaughter approaches her and asks her about what she is singing. Granny replies that she is humming Sabin Alun (a Karbi folklore song) and that excites her granddaughter to know more about its story. Out of excitement she calls all the kids of the household for the story session.
Granny starts to tell the story to her grandchildren. She starts to gain little audiences as her story progresses which makes her very happy. She narrates how princess Sita in Karbi Ramayana is born from an egg and how she has powers and she can lift a very heavy bow that no other can lift. When she is in a good flow, someone from inside calls that lunch has been served and hearing that, a kid rushes inside. Granny becomes sad to see her little audience go. At that moment the other kids plead her to continue the story and she glows up again. She tells her grandchildren that she will continue the story after lunch and whoever is interested can join her. Everyone laughs and giggles and goes inside the house.