Muhammad Quli Musavi

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Syed Mir Muhammad Quli Musavi Khan Kintoori (1775-1844), (Hindi: अयातोल्लाह सय्यिद मीर मुसावी किन्तूरी, Urdu: آيت‌الله سیید میر موسوی کنتوری ), was principal Sadr Amin at the British court in Meerut. He was also author of Tathir al-mu'minin 'an najasat al-mushrikin.[1]

Muḥammad Qulī was a son of Muḥammad Ḥusayn. He was popularly known as Mīr Muḥammad Qulī. He had three sons, Sayyid Sirāj Ḥusayn (1823–65), Sayyid Iʿjāz Ḥusayn (1825-1870) and Sayyid Ḥāmid Ḥusayn (1830-1888). [2][3]

He wrote five books in refutation of different chapters of the Tuhfehye Ithna Ashariyyah of Shah Abdul Aziz Dehlawi:[4]

  • Al Sayf al Nasiri, on the first chapter
  • Taqlid al Mmaka'id, on the second chapter
  • Burhan al Sa`adah, on the seventh chapter
  • Tashyid al Mmata'in li kashf al Ddagha'in, in two volumes on the tenth chapter
  • Masari al Afham li qal al Awham.

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