Bavahari, a half caste Indian girl, renounces her oath as a sacred dancer to the worship of Buddha. The High Priest, who secretly loves the girl, is enraged and vows vengeance. Bavahari marries an English army officer, and they move to Paris where she becomes a sensation as a dancer. After she deserts her husband, he kills himself at her feet. The High Priest, discovering that Bavahari is in Paris, announces his presence by marking the "Sign of Death" on her dressing room door. He then disguises himself as a Buddha idol. As Bavahari dances on stage, the High Priest kills her in front of the audience.
A screen journey with the famous siren to faraway Java, where beauty and love and burning passion thrive; then on to the GAY LIFE OF PARIS, with it's Apache dens, its intrigues and clandestine affairs of the heart. (Print Ad- Los Angeles Evening Herald, 14 May 1918)