- History( تاریخ ) Deen e Illahi Aaghaz say Anjam Tak By Shahid Mukhtar
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Free Download Urdu History pdf Urdu Book "Deen e Ilahi Aagaz Say Anjam Tak" By Shahid Mukhtar.The Dīn-i Ilāhī ( "Religion of God") was a syncretic religion propounded by the Mughal sovereign Akbar the Great in 1582 AD, proposing to consolidation the best components of the religions of his realm, and in this manner accommodate the contrasts that partitioned his subjects. The components were principally drawn from Islam and Hinduism, yet a few others were likewise taken from Christianity, Jainism and Zoroastrianism.akbar advertised tolerance of different religions. Actually, not just did he endure them, he empowered verbal confrontation on philosophical and religious issues. This prompted the making of the Ibādat Khāna ("House of Worship") at Fatehpur Sikri in 1575. He had effectively canceled the Jizya (charge on non-Muslims) in 1568. A religious experience while chasing in 1578 further expanded his enthusiasm toward the religious customs of his empire.from the talks he headed at the Ibādat Khāna, Akbar inferred that no single religion could guarantee the restraining infrastructure of truth. This motivated him to make the Dīn-i Ilāhī in 1582. Different devout Muslims, among them the Qadi of Bengal and the original Sufi identity Shaykh Ahmad Sirhindi, reacted by proclaiming this to be impiety.The staring and ending story of Mugal Emperor Akber Deen in this this book.