Akbar is immensely pleased when he sees many 'hindu' citizens offering him gifts and praises for bridging the differences between 'hindus' and 'muslims' by removing the tax on non-muslims. Akbar explains to them that people should not be differentiated on the basis of religion and continues to say that one must not be forced to change his religion. Later, Akbar goes to Jodha and is impressed with Jodha's tactics of taking care of her baby, Akbar later goes to Rukaiyya begum and uses the same tactics he had learnt from Jodha and impresses Rukaiyya when he easily manages to take care of Rukaiyya's baby. Akbar later desires to bring his babies in front of the public and decides the holy day of Dusshera as the day to bring the babies out in front of his citizens. While Akbar and both his begums are extremely happy regarding the babies, they seem completely unaware of the danger that is lingering around the babies. Watch the entire episode to know more.
Jodha Akbar is a sixteenth century love story about a political marriage of convenience saga between a Mughal emperor, Akbar, and a Rajput princess, Jodhaa. But much more then that it's the marriage of contrasts.
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