About Us

This is the story of Aleti family through history. It contains just about all that we know about the numerous family streams that came together. For our children, this document represents half of their own histories. We have faith that all of us want to know "how did we get here?" and will enjoy reading something of that story. The title is meant to convey two meanings: the contents describe what we know about how our family developed over several centuries of time, but we also have tried to place our family into its historical context so that we can see it through history.

What We Do?

The mission of The Aleti family trust is to gather, organize and disseminate genealogical and historical information pertaining to Aleti family and Aleti progenitors, their ancestors and their descendents, including those with variant spelling such as Aleti, Elaty, Eleti, Elety, Yeleti, Alati, Alaty, Alate, Alete, Alety, Aliti, Elete, Elati, Elate, Yelati , Yelety, Yaleti, Aaleti, Aeleti, Aelaty. We started documenting our family lines, so our archives contain over 150 years of meticulous research. Our extensive databases focus on progenitor lines.

No matter where your Aleti family came from or where they put down roots, your family is part of our family. Please come back often to see what new features we've added since your last visit.

Aleti Family Trust's Vision is to sponsor few charity programmes which changes the lives poor or people in need every year. Though we are not aiming to change thousands and millions of lives, but try our best to the extent we can in our community back home in Nizamabad, Adilabad and Karimnagar districts.

What We Believe in?

Call it a clan, call it a network, call it a tribe, call it a family. Whatever you call it, whoever you are, you need one.

If you look deeply into the palm of your hand, you will see your parents and all generations of your ancestors. All of them are alive in this moment. Each is present in your body. You are the continuation of each of these people. Aleti's are recognized by their Gothram "Tangutulla / Tungutulla".

Aleti is one of the Samsthanams in Indrapatnam ever since prior to Kakatiya Samrajyam. It continued till the invasion of Moghuls and formation of Hyderbad state. Since then the Samsthanam Vanished and we were called as Deshmukhs (A kind of Zami)
The elder son's family retained the power and some of the families moved to other places within the samsthanam to lead the villages. Even today we have our Exclusive ALETI FAMILY TEMPLE for Lord NARSHIMHA SWAMI in Ergatla (NizamabaD District).

Today many have migrated to other countries across the world.