Who started the religion "Din-e-Elahi"?

Asked May 3, 2019 at 9:48 am

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Tarun Agrawal

Answered on Jun 8, 2021

The Din -e -Elahi religion was known during that time as Tawhid - I - Elahi which was an syncretic religion started by the Mughal Emperor Akbar in 1582, intent to merge some element of the religions of his Empire.

Nadeem

Answered on Feb 12, 2021

" Din-e-Elahi " was a homogenous religion by the Mughal emperor ' Akbar ' in 1581 AD, in which the basic elements of all religions were inserted, Hinduism and Islam religion predominated in it . apart from these, the basic ideas of Parsi, Jain and Christianity were also included. however, he did not do much to propagate this religion, only included his trusted people in it . It is said that apart from Akbar, only King Birbal was a follower till death . The Mughal emperor Akbar had established Din-e-Elahi inside the lofty doors of Fatehpur Sikri .

Suaib

Answered on Feb 11, 2021

Din-e-Elahi religion was a religion by the Mughal emperor Akbar in 1581 AD. it was a homogenous religion in which the core elements of all religions were inserted, predominantly Hindu and Islam religions. Although he did no to do much to promote this religion.

Violet Seema Pinto

Answered on Jan 28, 2021

Deen-e-Ilahi was a homogenous religion by the Mughal emperor Akbar in 1581 AD, in which the core elements of all religions were inserted, prominently Hindu and Islam religions. Apart from these, the basic ideas of Parsi, Jain and Christianity were also included.

pradeep sharma

Answered on Jan 31, 2020

Deen-e-Ilahi was a homogenous religion by the Mughal emperor Akbar in 1581 AD, in which the core elements of all religions were inserted, prominently Hindu and Islam religions. Apart from these, the basic ideas of Parsi, Jain and Christianity were also included.

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