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|• Official||Hindi, Urdu|
|Time zone||IST (UTC+5:30)|
|Battle of Kintoor|
|Part of the Indian Mutiny|
|East India Company
|Commanders and leaders|
|Major A.Hume commanding 1st European Bengal Fusiliers
Rajah of Kappurthullah commanding Kappurthullah contingent
Collector Abid Khan
Major-General Abson Khan
Mohamed Ameer Khan
|1st Bengal Fusiliers, 150 rank and file; 2nd Company 3rd battalion Artillery, two 9-ponder guns; Hodson's Horse, 56 sabres; Oude Military Police Cavalry, 200 sabres;
Kappurthullah Contingent:- Artillery, five 8-pounder, three 6-ponderguns; Cavalary, 124 sabres; Infantry, 650 rank and file
|Casualties and losses|
1 horse killed, 7 wounded
Battle of Kintoor
During 1869 census of Oudh, Kintoor was designated as one of the total thirteen large towns or kasbahs and Inspector of Police of Ram Nagar was appointed here on the night of census.
Urdu/Persian (19th century)
- Abd ul-Qadir Hanif-ud-Din Kintoori (d. 1789): a Sufi of Qadri order. His ancestors emigrated from Nishapur, Iran, and served as jurists. He was author of the book Kuhl ul-jawahir fi manaqib-i-'Abd ul-Qadir Jilani(1753).
- Ayatollah Mufti Syed Muhammad Quli Khan Kintoori (1775-1844): principal Sadr Amin at the British court in Meerut. He was author of Tathir al-mu'minin 'an najasat al-mushrikin.
- Syed Sirāj Ḥusayn Musavi Kintoori (1823-1865): son of Mufti Syed Muhammad Quli Kintoori, he was author of Kashf al-ḥujub wa-l-astār ʿan asmāʾ al-kutub wa-l-asfār, Shudhūr al-ʿiqyān fī tarājim al-aʿyān and Āʾīna-yi ḥaqq-numā.
- Syed Iʿjāz Ḥusayn Musavi Kintoori (1825-1870),
- Ayatollah Syed Mir Hamid Hussain Musavi Kintoori Lakhnavi (1830-1880): son of Mufti Syed Muhammad Quli 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)
- Justice Maulvi Syed Karāmat Ḥusayn Musavi Kintoori (1854-1917): son of Syed Iʿjāz Ḥusayn, he founded Karmat College, Lucknow.
- Seyyed Ahmad Musavi Hindi: Paternal grandfather of Ayatollah Khomeini. He was born in Kintoor.
- Parijaat tree a sacred baobab tree on the banks of Ghaghra.
- The famous Kunteshwar Temple – dedicated to Lord Shiva.
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