Takhatgarh is a town in Sumerpur tehsil of Pali District of Rajasthan state in India. The town is one of the 9 municipalities in the district, located near the district boarder. It is about 150 years old only.
The town is named after the "Takhat Singh", then king of Jodhpur. Some people ran away due to atrocities of the Thakurs and wanted to settle in the empire of Jodhpur State. They taken permission of the king Takhat Singh and told him their desire that they want to establish a village on king's name and want to settle there. They dug a well, but the water was not sweet. They found one already dug well nearby and taken permission to settle there.