Miracles occur in the temples of every creed.

–Akbar

Jalal-ud-Din Akbar took over the Mughal throne on 5th November 1556. Akbar was to become of the most celebrated emperor of the Mughal destiny. He expanded the Mughal empire beyond bounds and played a significant role in the development of a strong and stable economy for empire. During his reign, he introduced pluralistic policies which lead to the strength of his empire. Akbar became notorious after he introduced a new religion called “Deen-e-Illahi” in India. The religion did not gain a lot of popularity and died a natural death once Akbar passed away. However, Akbar’s openness to different religions ensured that he was popular with his subjects.