Homebound is the story of a young girl named Jampa, who left her family in Tibet at the age of six, in order to pursue her education amongst her peers at the Tibetan Children's Village in Bylakuppe. She recalls her journey away from her parents, travelling with a group of strangers in unfamiliar terrain, to an unknown destination filled with the promise of a better life.
Homeland is the story of a monk named Lobdorjee, who left his home in order to pursue a dream that his mother had for him - which was to study buddhist philosophy and become a monk, which was only possible away from his home. He talks about his home being shaped by his mothers presence, and the difficulty of leaving her behind, along with the adversities of his new life.
Homecoming is the story of an elderly woman named Kizom, who ran away from home at the age of sixteen because she didn't want to live in a Tibet that wasn't free. In India, she faced many challenges starting afresh, helping in the construction of houses and schools in their newly allocated home.