I just wanted to know why light isn't an Acoustic wave.Is it because light wave doesn't obey acoustic properties?
Acoustic waves travel through a medium (air, water, metal, etc), there is no known medium through which light travels.
Both the speed of sound1 and the speed of light have fixed values regardless of the speed of their source.
Acoustic waves can be longitudinal (in gases) or transversal (in solids) whereas light is only transversal.
You can measure acoustic waves with things faster than the acoustic wave (e.g. bounce light off the wave to find its speed), you cannot do this with light (as nothing can travel faster than light and you can't bounce light off light)
The acoustic wave we are most familiar with is a sound wave in air (e.g. speaking). This air as a medium is a lot of vibrating (moving) gas molecules, the wave is a compression/expansion wave travelling through this medium. The air is a macro system, meaning it has a lot of complexities that can effect the travel of the wave, e.g. wind direction, temperature, density, composition of gas to name a few. As mentioned light has no known medium that it travels through so is a much simpler system in comparison.
The laws of Relativity are based on the fact that the speed of light is the same no matter the frame of reference it is measured from. This leads to a lot of strange rules, e.g. time dilation, length contraction, etc. The speed of sound is also fixed so it is interesting to consider similarities here (if you can create an equivalent world to compare, e.g. you can't measure sound waves with anything faster than sound waves and you can't detect the medium in which the sound wave travels)
In summary light seems to be a fundamental feature of the universe compared to sound or acoustic waves which are macro level features. E.g. sound waves travel through a medium made of smaller particles that follow rules more fundamental to the wave itself. You can consider that waves can form at larger scales as well, e.g. earthquakes, ripples in Saturn's rings, etc. I like to think of this as the fractal nature of the universe, e.g. features (waves) repeat themselves at different scales (with variations at each scale).
1. The speed of sound is fixed for a given uniform medium but can vary for different mediums or different properties of that medium (e.g. pressure, temperature, etc)
Acoustic waves are longitudinal waves. Light is a transversal wave, hence not an acoustic wave.