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fairylightsfluk
2021-01-19 16:01:00
What role did religious tolerance play in the Mughal empire? a. Early rulers showed little interest in conversion but later rulers became so focused on it that they persecuted other religions. b. Early leaders considered their military role as one of the GHAZI or spiritual warriors so they pushed strongly for conversion c. Since Islam had been promoted in India by the Sultanate of Delhi, Mughal leaders were content to allow its continued slow spread d. The Mughal persecution of Buddhists and Hindus in the early era was a constant irritant to the dominant population of Hindus
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JustinS03
2021-01-19 17:18:39

One major role that religious tolerance played in the Mughal empire was that "a. Early rulers showed little interest in conversion but later rulers became so focused on it that they persecuted other religions," since conversion became far less "taboo". 

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