Ishteki ( Chuvash. Ishtek ) is a village in the Alikovsky district of Chuvashia , part of the Alikovo rural settlement .
|Subject of the federation||Chuvashia|
|History and Geography|
|First mention||XIX century|
|Timezone||UTC + 3|
|Population||37 people ( 2006 )|
|Official language||Chuvash , Russian|
|Telephone code||+7 83235|
Ishteki has not so ancient origin. Until 1780 there are no references. The village appeared in the XIX century . There is a record in church books:
“The okolok at the ravine Opashka Var. In the regular lists it does not appear as an independent settlement, in church documents it is referred to as “okolodok”, and with the inhabitants of Ormai they have a separate land allotment, an independent statement of their own. The outskirts of this settlement from the village of Urmayeva are a small hollow covered with shrubs, so that both villages can be considered as one ”
The village is located 4 km southwest of the administrative center of the Alikovsky district . Nearby is the Alikovo - Krasnye Chetai highway . Near the village flows the river Hirllep .
The climate is temperate continental with long cold winters and warm summers. The average January temperature is −12.9 ° C, July 18.3 ° C. Over the year, an average of 552 mm of precipitation falls.
The population is 37 people (2006), of which 20 are men  . In 1897, 76 inhabitants lived in the village (42 men and 32 women), in 1926 there were 22 yards in the village and 89 people lived.
Communications and the media
- Communication: OJSC Volgatelecom , Bee Line , MTS, Megafon. ADSL Internet is developed.
- Newspapers and magazines: Alikov district newspaper “Purnăç çulĕpe” - “On the Life Path”  in Chuvash and Russian languages.
- Television: the population uses terrestrial and satellite television, there is no cable television. Broadcast television allows you to receive a national channel in Chuvash and Russian.
- L. I. Efimov , “Elĕk Enĕ” (Krai Alikovsky), Alikovo , 1994 .