The grandson of Babur was an effective ruler. He sought to strengthen his kingdom by bringing peace and stability to his lands. The people he ruled practiced a wide variety of religious beliefs, including Hinduism and Islam. Differences of religious practices and culture threatened to bring disorder and chaos. Akbar the Great encouraged everyone to get along, and to be tolerant of one another.
Akbar considered all faiths to be equal, and felt that they all taught of the same divine truth. He invited missionaries and teachers from many faiths to visit his court and teach their beliefs. Akbar eventually attempted to found a new religion, which he called ‘Divine Truth’, which incorporated aspects of many of the major religions of the day.
Don''t part with your illusions. When they are gone you may still exist, but you have ceased to live
James Cook was the first person to cross the Antarctic Circle in 1773.