Who is the emperor founded the religion Din-e-Lilah ?

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Dīn-i IlāhīDīn-i IlāhīThe name Dīn-i Ilāhī literally translates to "God's Religion" or "Religion of God" or "divine religion". ... At the time, it was called Tawhid-i-Ilāhī ("Divine Monotheism"), as it is written by Abu'l-Fazl, a court historian during the reign of Akbar. This name suggests a particularly monotheistic focus for Akbar's faith. › wiki › Din-i_IlahiDin-i Ilahi - Wikipedia, (Persian: “Divine Faith”), an elite eclectic religious movement, which never numbered more than 19 adherents, formulated by the Mughal emperor Akbar in the late 16th century ad.Jan 1, 2022

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