A brawl on the street and a murder. On one side of a road, a young carpenter peering from inside a mosquito net tied to the four posts of a wooden charpoy. On the side opposite, a young potter, looking through a window in the attic above a shop where he slept in the night. A middle-aged woman, desired by the men, young, old, powerful, powerless, silhouetted against a dimly lit room, looking down at the road from behind a curtain. A Kirtankar standing still at the gate of the temple. A crippled, old man looking up from his bed. A police inspector, who for the first time in his life, has decided to do something about his life. Eyes, ears are everywhere. Abating Season is the story of the people behind these eyes and ears.