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Journal:   JOURNAL OF RELIGIOUS THOUGHT   WINTER 2007 , Volume - , Number 21; Page(s) 3 To 24.
 
Paper: 

AKBAR, THE DOCTRINE OF SOLH-I-KOLL AND HINDU- MUSLIM RELATIONS

 
 
Author(s):  GHODRAT ELAHI E.*
 
* UNIVERSITY OF KASHAN
 
Abstract: 

Jalal-al-Din Mohammad Akbar son of Humayun, was unquestionably the greatest of all Mughul sovereigns who ruled over India around fifty years (1556-1605). The period of Akbar's rule has been regarded as one of the most significant and incomparable periods in Indian history involving very precious achievements on all political and socio-cultural grounds, including unity of the adherents of different religious prticularly Muslims and Hindus.
This remarkable unity across such a wide territory where there are various religions, races and languages seemed to be a dream. However, it was achieved as a result of Akbar's distinguished character, his unparalleled farsightedness and exerting his religious policy based on the Sufi doctrine of Solhi- Koll (The Universal Peace).
The present paper is organized into two major parts. The first part introduces the sundry internal and external factors that shaped Akbar's personality and religious policy. The second part discusses his exhaustive innovations and measures in paving the way for the realization of the doctrine.

 
Keyword(s): AKBAR, RELIGIOUS POLICY, RELIGIOUS INNOVATION, UNIVERSAL PEACE, MUSLIM INDIA, ISLAM, HINDUISM
 
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