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.
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
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. 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. 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.
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.