Malgudi Junction is a small eatery on Camac Street serving pure vegetarian, South Indian food. As the name suggests this place is inspired by the railway station, celebrated in the sketches of R K Narayan. Rasipuram Krishnaswami Narayan is one of the great fathers of Indian literature of the twentieth century. He is the author of numerous novels, many of them set in Malgudi, fictional village in southern India.
Raja, a young male tiger, arrogant and cruel, and beautiful narrator of the novel, has long been the undisputed king of the jungle. Lost, as a result, the female and the young, Raja has become the destroyer of crude, the awful ghost every night. Until, captured, is locked up in a circus, where he will have the opportunity to experience violence on his skin cold, smug and free men.
But his disgust for the human race will reach its climax when it is thrown out of a movie set where will the tragic encounter with modernity. A bloody escape set him free, but only to let him live a thousand other adventures in the absurd world of men. It will be an encounter with a hermit to save him, becoming a pupil and companion of the "strange" specimen of human being living and solitary wanderer in the forest..