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a) The object Akbar set himself to was to make every sort of able man in India, irrespective of his race or religion, available for public work of Indian life.
b) He noted that his Hindu subjects possessed good qualities and though they could embrace the religion of the Court, they held to their own.
c) He was unwilling to accept the theory that because he was a ruler or born a Mahammadan, Mahammadanism was true for all mankind.
d) He listened to other doctrines and creeds and thereby, wedded to the principle of toleration for all.

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