Power of Warrior Language: Marathi


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Power of Warrior Language: Marathi



Marathi is well known as language of warriors, came in existence from Mughals and become the power of Indian independence,. Now a days this language is being spoken by 90 million peoples.

Marathi was selected 22nd India language by the Indian constitution for official use. Marathi is widely spoken in Maharashtra and also in the states of Goa,Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh and MP.

Marathi came into existence 1300 years before. It is derived from Prakit,he official language of the Satavahana Empire .Chattrapati Shivaji,the great warrior of Mughal empire give stress to Marathi language.Many of the words of marathi are derived from Sanskrit.
Marathi grammar is divided into 8 parts,which are as follows:
1.Naam (the equivalent of a noun)
2.Sarva naam (pronouns)
3.Visheshan (adjective)
4.Kriya Visheshan (adverb)
5.Kriyapad (verb),
6.Ubhayanvayi Avyay'
7.Shabd Yogi Avyay'
8.Keval Prayogi Avyay

In 10th century, Marathi literature cane into existence.Them Ancient and Old Marathi were made. Also the modern Marathi was developed. The old marathi was mainly used in poetry. This poetry work was spread by some poets like Mukundaraj ,Namdeo.
In 18th century poetry turns the face of Marathi language into modern marathi .Some poets like Vaman Pandit,Shridhar Pandit, raghunath Pandit wrote so many novels and poems in modern marathi.

Later on dramas were created in marathi which bring it to the civilians and teach them certain new word sand dialog.It was contributed by . P. Kirloskar, G. B. Deval, R. G. Gadkari, Mama Varerkar and P. L. Deshpande.

Madhali Sthiti written by Hari Narayan Apte was the first Marathi novel but today marathi language has corssed the boundaries of India and is now well known in world with our famous Mumbia's contribution. Bollywood has given a new face to it.


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