Asalamu alaykum I guess being that Sikhism is this sub-forum, the Din-i-Ilahi should go here too, because the two religions were founded about the same time and about the same place, and are a lot similar regarding theology and ethics. The Din-i Ilahi, meaning Divine Religion, was founded by Emperor Akbar, and can be called something of a mix of Islam and Jainism, being that it has in it elements that exist in those two religion. It says that there is one God and that Akbar is his prophet, and preaches high ethical values which can be enumerated by Jain classification as nonviolence, truthfulness, honesty, chastity and ascetism. When Akbar founded the religion, he did not preach it, nor did he institute preachers, but he founded the Ibadat Khana (House of Piety) where everyone was invited to discuss religious topics and peacefull debate was encouraged, Christians came, Muslims, Hindus, Zoroastrians, Buddhists, Jains, Atheists, all manner of Philosophers; so it can be said the Din-i Ilahi is a deistic religion which values tolerance. Being that I cannot post links yet, I fill put some quotes from a historical source abou the Din-i Ilahi, and I will also say a few words about my practice of this religion. I welcome everybody to ask questions and/or express their opinion about the Din-i Ilahi or any part of it.