Kintoor

History

Kintoor his old name  is Kantoor. in the village of Kintoor on the banks of Ghaghra.Dariabad is old District of kantoor in Brtish Raj.

Moharram kintoor .a marsia 5th moharam by syed jafri..

Allama ghulam hasnain kantori born in kanoor

               List of imambargah kantoor

 

  1.imambara Allama Ghulam Hasnain Kantoori

  2.imambara Aulad Husain

  3.Imabara karamat Husain

  4. Imambara Inayat Abbas

  5.Dargah Hazrat Abbas A.S.

  6.Imambara Nasir Abbas

  7.Imambara Waqar Mehdi

 

Urdu/Persian (19th century)

in fourteenth century forsaken Iran for Awadh in the time of Hulagu the II-Khanid Mongol ruler. The Nishapuri Sayyids of Kintoor produced several outstanding Shi‘i religious scholars in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries.
in fourteenth century forsaken Iran for Awadh in the time of Hulagu the II-Khanid Mongol ruler. The Nishapuri Sayyids of Kintoor produced several outstanding Shi‘i religious scholars in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries.
author of books Kashf al-hujub wa'l-astar `an al-kutub wa'l-asfar; A'inah-'i haqq-nama; Shudhur al-`iqyan fi tarajim al-a`yan, 2 vols. A'inah," a primary source is Kintoori's biographical dictionary of Shi‘i ulama, an extremely useful source, remains in manuscript and has not been used by writers on Imami Shi‘ism in the West.
principal Sadr Amin at the British court in Meerut. He was also author of Tathir al-mu'minin 'an najasat al-mushrikin.
son of Mufti Syed Quli Khan Kintoori author of book Abaqat ul Anwar fi Imamat al Ai'imma al-Athar.
  • Qazi Mahmud Kintoori author of Mirat i Madari.

Urdu/Persian (20th century)

was a religious scholar (a Mujtahid), a physician, a pharmacologist and an alchemist.

Others

was paternal grandfather of Ayatollah Khomeini. He was born in Kintoor. He left India in about 1830 to make a pilgrimage to the shrine city of Najaf in present-day Iraq, and to study at one of its famous seminaries and never returned.
cousin of Syed Hamid Husain Kintoori, was the daroghah of Awadh

Royalty

Mir Imdad Ali khan Ruler of kantoor ,was active in the first war of independence war 1857_58 against British raj.Battle of Kintoor was a conflict between rebel sepoys and troops East India Company and Kapurthala State on October 6, 1858 during frist Indian  Independence war .

 

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The Nishapuri Sada'at (Sayeds) of Barabanki (and adjoining areas of Kintoor, Fatehpur, Jarwal and Lucknow). They are Kazmi or Musavi Sayeds; that is they claim descent from the Prophet through his daughter's line and the line of the seventh Imam of the Shi'a Muslims, Musa al-Kazem. They came in India originally from Nishapur a town near Mashhad in northeastern Iran.[8] Two brothers Sayed Sharafu'd-Din and Sayed Muhammed in 14th century forsaked Nishapur, Iran for Awadh, India in the time of Hulagu Khan the Il-Khanid Mongol ruler.[9] Sayed Alauddin Kazmi have said to be accompanied these two brothers in their movement from Iran, he later moved to Tehsil Fatehpur. The grave of Sayed Alauddin Kazmi is situated in Kintoor. The Kazmis of Fatehpur are his descendants. These Nishapuri Sayeds of Kintoor spread to adjoining localities of Barabanki e.g. Fatehpur, and even to neighbouring districts e.g. Jarwal in Bahraich district and in Lucknow. These Nishapuri Sayeds produced several outstanding Shia Muslim religious scholars in 18th, 19th and 20th centuries.[10]

Abaqati family

One branch of the Nishapuri Kintoori Sayeds took root in Lucknow. The most famous of Kintoori Sayeds is Ayatollah Syed Mir Hamid Hussain Musavi, author of work entitled Abaqat al Anwar; the first word in the title of this work provided his descendantswith the nisba (title) they still bear, Abaqati. Syed Ali Nasir Saeed Abaqati Agha Roohi, a Lucknow based cleric is from the family of Nishapuri Kintoori Sayeds and uses title Abaqati.

Khomeini family

Towards the end of the 18th century the ancestors of the Supreme Leader of the Iranian Revolution, Ruhollah Khomeini had migrated from their original home in Nishapur, Iran to the kingdom of Oudh in northern India whose rulers were Twelver Shia Muslims of Persian origin[11][12]; they settled in the town of Kintoor. Ayatollah Khomeini's paternal grandfather, Seyyed Ahmad Musavi Hindi, was born in Kintoor, he was a contemporary and relative of the famous scholar Ayatollah Syed Mir Hamid Hussain Musavi.] He left Lucknow in the middle of 19th century on pilgrimage to the tomb of Imam Ali in Najaf, Iraq and never returned. According to Moin this movement was to escape colonial rule of British Raj in India. He visited Iran in 1834 and settled down in Khomein in 1839. Although he stayed and settled in Iran, he continued to be known as Hindi, even Ruhollah Khomeini used Hindi as pen name in some of his ghazals. Also Ruhollah's brother was known by name Nureddin Hindi

 

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