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.
The information we have consulted has been at times useful, at other times tantalizing, and most often frustrating in some respect. Sometimes there is no record at all, a grievous loss of information vital to understanding several of the families described here. Sometimes the records that do exist are contradictory, difficult to decipher (is that an 8 or a 0?), or simply inexplicable. Wide variations in how family names were spelled (Such as Aleti, Eleti, Elaty, Leti, Yeleti, etc) – something not standardized until quite recently – can produce false leads and confusion.

These sources include biographies or family histories based upon several of our forebears. There is a lot of information here. Yet undoubtedly this family history might have not only plenty of gaps but many outright errors as well – wrong dates, erroneous relationships, and poor guesses. It is the best we have been able to do with the information at hand, and you should consider it an extended working hypothesis of what our family's composite history looks like. You should also feel free to point out mistakes, poor logic, typographical slips, and any other inaccuracies or blunders you find.

All this should remind us that the information passed along – and used in this family history – should be weighed against other information at our disposal (and also logic), and that we should not regard any memory as infallible. Uncertainty is simply part of the equation, therefore, and at times we can only get as far as identifying and analyzing the alternatives before us. In some cases, we just have to live with not knowing certain things for sure. In these instances, we should, as one historian said of another's work, take "pleasure in the past's multiple possibilities."
There are might be lot of informed guesses here (and not a few waffles, too). This history will always be an unfinished product. Our work on it continues, as we chase down facts and connections. The information to be found in the Family History and its genealogical database will also expand and become more accessible. (Regrettably, some of the information that individuals have contributed to that database might be unreliable.). We may come into contact with other members of these families, or others to whom they are related, who have fresh information. And who knows what else may turn up?
By the way, do not underestimate the challenge involved in building a plausible picture of one's family history. Remember that ancestral research confronts the tyranny of exponential progression: each generation back in time doubles the number of ancestors and these numbers grow very large very rapidly. We are descended from many more persons than we realize, therefore. Moreover, our own descendants will carry forward this phenomenon, so that some hundreds of years in the future – if there is one – each of us will be an ancestor of a sizeable portion of the human race. No one can determine all these relationships with past generations: there are enough gaps in evidence that the problem of reconstructing one's complete family history is ultimately impossible.
To say a word about how the information is presented here. In general, the account of each major family begins in the most recent past and winds its way back as far as we can trace that particular line. Within each family, however, we have tried to present a chronological account, often stretching over several decades or more, for each generation that can be identified. This overall plan is occasionally violated when there was no information available.

Our aim is to find our living relatives - accurately, automatically, and confidentially. The more people we join, the more cousins we can match and let our children know about our history- so we've decided to make the site.

Think of your forefathers! Think of your posterity!

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.