Mahmood the kite maker had a grandson Ali. Manhood’s business was suffering as the Young generation did not like flying kites instead they liked to see films more. There was also the problem of space for flying kites. There was a time when the adults liked to fly kites and they had great kite battles also. Manhood remembers those days when he himself made grand kites for the Nawabs. They were the dragon kites and the musical kites. In those days the kite makers were patronized by the Nawabs.
But now Mahmood is a poor person. He makes kites for his grandson Ali. As he sat thinking of his grand old days and watch Ali fly kites one day, he lost his consciousness and died. Ali came to call him but the old man did not answer.