The extraordinary life of the man who brought India to the West. An adventurous musical journey starting from Brittany, passing through India (Shantiniketan, Varanasi, Khajuraho, Bhubaneshwar, Chennai, Pondicherry), Berlin, Venice and Rome, following the story of the French-born Alain Daniélou, indologist and musicologist who mainly lived In India between the 30’s and the 60’s. Since 1950 Daniélou is the curator of the first world classical music collection for UNESCO. In 1963, come back in Europe, he founds and directs the Berlin International Institute for Comparative Studies and Documentation, continuing the recordings for the UNESCO collection. Indian Music, Dance, Religion, Tradition vs Modernity, Sculpture and Philosophy are explored in this documentary through the eyes and the autobiography of Daniélou himself “The way to the Labyrinth”.