Thathawata is a village located in Churu District of Rajasthan state in India. As of the 2001 census, the village had a total population of 2500.
The Village Thathawata is within the Ratangarh Tehsil in the southeast direction, west of Fatehpur and 3 km southwest of Biramsar village on National Highway. After the victory of last Hindu King of Delhi, Prithviraj III Chauhan, in the Second Battle of Tarain in 1192, The Rathore Rajput in his army moved to the countryside and settled as cultivators at various places in India. One such rajput soldier was Thatha of rathore Khankharot who founded the village Thathawata. The rajput had also settled villages bidasar and Rol in present churu district of Rajasthan. Route Biramsar on National Highway-11 to Kusumdesar village passes through the village.