Adopted at seven years old from an Indian orphanage into a family from Barcelona, Asha returned to the country of her birth twenty years later. This was no ordinary trip, but to learn about her past and meet the nuns who took care of her as a child. Through conversations, she began to realise what life might have been like had she not been adopted. Slowly, she uncovered the truth about her birth family and felt she had reclaimed the Indian part of herself. Then, as she tried to fill in the remaining gaps in the mystery, she met the sister she never knew she had - the other Asha, living in an Indian village. Their meeting became a breathtaking account of the 'other side' of her life.