This research article is an endeavor to highlight the prominent aspects of the Mughal emperor Jahangir's policy of religious tolerance towards the non-Muslim subject during his reign (1605- 1627). During this period, the number of European travellers began to increase in India. They were from different European countries and belonged to different fields of life. Narratives of these travellers give enough information about the religious policy of Jahangir's period. European travellers' accounts and contemporary primary sources are used to give a comprehensive idea of Jahangir's policy of religious tolerance. Jahangir's respect for Hindu saints and dealing with Sikh Guru are also the part of this article. Jahangir was also interested in Christianity, so the Jesuits' activities in his court and their influence upon him are also discussed in this research article.