Emperor Akbar, the third Great Moghul reigning from 1556 to 1605 A.D.,
attempted to set up a pluralist composite culture reconciling different
religions. Akbar built an Ibadatkhana to encourage religious
discourses. He blended the highest truths of Islam, Brahmanism, Christianity,
Jainism and Zoroastrianism, and formed a new religious faith named Din-i-Ilahi.
It advocated ten important virtues based on Tolerance. His principles
of tolerance formed the basic tenets of the Indian Constitution after
This is a recreated period setting animated
with sound-and-light narration.