Hamid Hussain Musavi
Hamid Hussain Musavi Kintoori Lakhnavi (1830 - 1880) (Hindi: अयातोल्लाह सय्यिद मीर हामिद हुसैन मुसावी किन्तूरी लखनवी, Urdu: آيتالله سیید میر حامد حسین موسوی کنتوری لکھنوی), was a Shia scholar in India. He was a son of Syed Muhammad Quli Kinturi and author of the book, Abaqat ul Anwar fi Imamat al Ai'imma al-Athar.
He wrote Asfār al-anwār ʿan waqāʾiʿ afḍal al-asfār, Zayn al-wasāʾil and al-Dharāʾiʿ. `Abaqat al'anwar fi imamat al 'A'immat al'athar is popular among Twelver Shi'a scholars worldwide, and quoted even today.
- Shams-ul-Ulama - Conferred by British Raj on 16 February 1887, entitled him to take rank in Darbar immediately after titular Nawabs.
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