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India officially the Republic of India, is a country in South Asia. It is the seventh-largest country by geographical area, the second most populous country, and the most populous liberal democracy in the world. India is a union of twenty-eight states and seven federally-governed union territories. New Delhi is the capital of India.
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 kilometers southwest of Biramsar village on National Highway.
After the defeat of last Hindu King of Delhi, Prithviraj III Chauhan, in the Second Battle of Tarain in 1192, The Jats in his army moved to the countryside and settled as cultivators at various places in India. One such Jat soldier was Thatha of Bhadia clan who founded the village Thathawata. The Bhadia clan Jats had also settled villages Banthod and Rol in present Sikar district of Rajasthan.
The rainwater is stored in pucca tanks and used through out the year for drinking purposes. On an average the region faces every third year as a dry year and every eighth year as a famine year. During famine years it becomes very difficult for the animals to survive for want of fodder and the cattle population goes down drastically.

As of the census of 2001, there are 2500 people, of which 1105 are adults. There are 350 families residing in the village. Out of these 175 families are of Bidawat Rajputs, 100 families of Jats and 75 families of other castes. All people belong to Hindu religion. There is one temple of Thakurji, two temples of Goddess Mawali and one than of Gogaji.

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