Sufism is practiced across India and provides sustenance, refuge and a sense of belonging to all the people regardless of their caste, creed or background. The Sufi mystics and saints are revered across the country and continue to attract followers because of their simple but powerful message of equality and love. They are also known for their poetry, songs and rituals. ‘Mast Qalandar’ traces the lives of three such Sufi saints in Jammu & Kashmir, Uttarakhand and Assam, and explores their lives and teachings. These saints, who have spent their lives spreading love and peace for everyone, attract millions of followers from all religions, making them an important part of Indian spirituality.