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Akbar & religion

Khaliq Ahmad Nizami

Akbar & religion

by Khaliq Ahmad Nizami

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Published by Idarah-i-Adabiyat-i-Delli in Delhi, India .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Akbar, -- Emperor of Hindustan, -- 1542-1605. -- Religion,
  • Mogul Empire -- Religion

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesAkbar and religion.
    StatementKhaliq Ahmad Nizami.
    SeriesIAD oriental (original) series -- no. 33
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsDS461.4 .N59 1989
    The Physical Object
    Pagination470 p., [15] leaves of plates :
    Number of Pages470
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18111292M

    Elizabeth and Akbar: the Religion of the Ruler Kenneth Wolfe: “Elizabeth and Akbar: The Religion of the Ruler” Kenneth Wolfe states that in , the people of the country would follow their rulers religion in order to bring brought conflict among the country dividing it into important was following your rulers religion?   When Akbar, at the age of o succeeded to the throne in , the Mughal empire was vast and powerful. negotiating the religious nuances of the book Author: Annalisa Merelli.

    I n the next few years, between and , the trajectory of Akbar’s life would unexpectedly swerve away from what had been the glowing heart of his empire for so many years—Fatehpur Sikri and the ibadat khana. There has been a lot of conjecture about the reason why Akbar left Fatehpur Sikri at this point. There was the death of Mirza Hakim, for one, which immediately caused turmoil in Author: Ira Mukhoty. Blue Ink Reviews. ` this book is a collection of the author's personal reflections about provocative subjects such as God, religion and prayer, life and death, heaven and hell, war vs. peace, and wisdom vs. ignorance. Each essay is, ultimately, an invitation into a loving heart: the love that human beings have for God and the love that God has for humankind.5/5(2).

      Akbar the Great, the popular Mughal Emperor created ‘House of Worship’ known as Ibādat Khāna in , which encouraged debates on philosophical and religious topics and issues. That served as a religious meeting house for different spiritual leade. Akbar experimented in all departments from religion to metallurgy. Measures adopted by Akbar to establish friendly relations with the Hindus: 1. Freedom of worship: Akbar allowed freedom of worship to people of all religions. 2. Abolition of Jizya: Akbar quashed the Jizya tax on the Hindus. 3. Matrimonial alliances with the Hindus.


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After assuming the throne while still a youth, Akbar succeeded in consolidating and. In her new book, Akbar: The Great Mughal (published by Aleph Book Company), writer Ira Mukhoty sheds light on the various myths surrounding the enigmatic 16th century ruler, attributing his undying relevance to his vision of “a horizon lit up by the light from many different faiths”.

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The elements were primarily drawn from Islam and Hinduism, but some others were also taken from Founder: Akbar. Finished reading (February 23), Makhanlal Roychoudhury, M.A., B.L, SASTRI’s The Din-e-Ilahi or The Religion of Akbar.

The page book was published in by the University of Calcutta. The book dispels many a misunderstanding about the Din-e-Ilahi and Akbar. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Nizami, Khaliq Ahmad, Akbar & religion. Delhi, India: Idarah-i-Adabiyat-i-Delli, (OCoLC) Akbar, the greatest of the Mughal emperors of India.

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