What Is The Film Response Jodha Akbar?

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Film Response Jodha Akbar

I will answer the questions you asked on canvas regarding the film to display my understanding of the film and the fusion and clash of the Hindu and Muslim cultures.
Akbar was a Muslim man of peace and truly wanted to see both Hindu, Muslims and other religions to flourish together in harmony, in the same environment. Octavio Paz tells us of how music was quite a large success in bringing the two religions together. He claims that the music of India greatly influenced southeast Asia and the Arab world. In order to bring peace and draw an alliance between Hindus and Muslims he married Jodhaa who was a Rajput Princess (This was more or less a political marriage). That being said there are some historical
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This lack of historical accuracy caused protests and even arson when the film was released in Gujart in 2008. Some features of Hinduism are the belief in one god and also many gods, the essence of Dharma, the Atman or immortal soul and that Hinduism has no prophet or founder. In the book In Light of India by Octavio Paz, he tells us of how among the hindus, there was a movement of popular devotion to a personal god or Bhaki. Some features of Islam are the belief in monotheism as the basis of worship, also that God and his creatures Belief in Angels and belief in prophets of God, this also includes the belief in the Gods literature or the Quran as Gods final revelation. The 5 pillars of Islam, Declaration of Faith, daily prayer, Zakah, Fast of Ramadan, and the Hajj Pilgrimage to Mecca. Political rule that has religious influence can be benifical in the correct setting. The Muslim price Akbar was openminded and kind enough to see …show more content…
It was just a nice reminder that most other cultural groups do indeed have a third gender and the gender-binary system is highly western. Given that this film is not 100% accurate, it aims at bridging the Indian Muslim gap and presents “ a post-Hindutva-building narrative advocating Hindu-Muslim harmony. Furthermore as stated in the article, Raita Merivirta Historical Film and Hindu Muslim Relations in Posy Hindutva India The case of Jodhaa Akbar, The film portrays events from the past, with the intent of rehabilitating the Nehruvian idea of “unity in diversity” and showing the Mughals-the alleged destroyers of Rama temple in Ayodhya in the 16th century in a positive light. So the intent of the historical inaccuracies may be interpreted as socially benifical for the sake of peace and

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