Akbar achieved greatness because of his inner qualities of head and heart. He was one of the most compassionate emperors of the world.Akbar was the grandson of Babar, the first Mughal emperor of India. This great personality was born in 1542 A.D. in Sindh (Amarkot).His father, Humayun died when he was only 13 years of age. He became the king at a very small age. Since he was too young to rule, so a friend of his father, Bairam Khan was made his guardian. Akbar was a just king.He never discriminated people on the basis of caste, colour and creed. He gave justice to all, without being partial to anyone.Akbar built an ‘Ibadat Khana’ (House of worship) where people of all religions were invited to hold discussion. Akbar was a much disciplined organizer. He ruled with the advice of very intelligent team.The Wazir was the advisor of tax matters, Bakshi was military advisor, Quazi was chief judge and Diwan looked after the revenue affairs of the state. Akbar was a disciplined king, who had compassion and love for every living being on the earth.He shall be remembered for his inner qualities of truthfulness, selflessness and cleanliness of mind, body and soul.