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They inhabit the state of Maharashtra as well as districts bordering the state, such as Belgaum and Karwar of Karnataka and the state of Goa in western India.Their language, Marathi, is part of the Indo-Aryan language family.तुम्ही जर तिच्याबाबत काळजी व्यक्त केली आणि तिचे म्हणणे ऐकून घेतले तर तिच्या गुडबुकमध्ये तुम्ही असणारच. तिच्या बद्दल उत्सुकता असूद्या तुमच्या आवडत्या मुलीशी व्हर्च्युअल मैत्री झाल्यावर ती तुमच्याशी सहज आणि खुलून बोलते हे लक्षात आल्यावर तुम्हाला तिला बघायचं आहे. जमल्यास तिला वेब कॅम चॅटिंग करण्यात इंट्रेस्ट आहे का ते विचारा.तिने होकार दिला (अर्थातच) तर तिच्याशी वेबकॅम चॅटिंग करा.For most of this period Brahmins were in charge of accounts whereas revenue collection was in the hands of Marathas who had watans (Hereditary rights) of Patilki (revenue collection at village level), and Deshmukhi (revenue collection over a larger area).A number of families such as Bhosale, Shirke, Ghorpade, Jadhav, More, Mahadik, Ghatge, and Nimbalkar loyally served different sultans at different periods in time.In 1707, upon the death of Aurangzeb, the War of 27 years between the much weakened Mughals and Marathas came to an end.
तिचा आधीचा दिवस खराब गेला असेल तर आज कसं वाटतंय, आजचा दिवस कसा गेला हे विचारा.It is to be noted that the term 'Maratha' by historians, is at times used to refer to all Marathi speaking people, irrespective of caste and at times to a Maharashtrian caste called Maratha.The Marathi community came into political prominence in the 17th century when Maratha warriors, under Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj, established the Maratha Empire, which is credited to a large extent for ending the Mughal rule.Surnames derived from service during that period such as Fadnis, Chitnis, Mirasdar etc. Other important religious figures of this era were Narsimha Saraswati, and Mahanubhava sect founder, Chakradhar Swami All of them used Marathi language rather than Sanskrit for their devotional and philosophical compositions.The decline of Islamic rule in Deccan started when Shivaji (1630-1680) founded the Maratha Empire by annexing a portion of the Bijapur Sultanate.
The Chalukya dynasty ruled Maharashtra from the 6th century to the 8th century.