He also contributed significantly to the Indian political thought through his model of revenue collection and administration.
Akbar was tolerant towards all religions
He is fist king who repealed the law to collect tax from Hindu pilgrims if they visited their holy places. He had a liberal attitude towards all religions.
The greatest contribution for morden secularism from him is Fatehpur Sikri—a walled city that Akbar had designed in the Persian style—he built a temple (ibadat-khana) where he frequently hosted scholars from other religions, including Hindus, Zoroastrians, Christians, yogis, and Muslims of other sect's