1012 CE stone inscription from Akshi taluka of Raigad district, and a 1060 or 1086 CE copper-plate inscription from Dive that records a land grant (agrahara) to a Brahmin.A 2-line 1118 CE Marathi inscription at Shravanabelagola records a grant by the Hoysalas.
1012 CE stone inscription from Akshi taluka of Raigad district, and a 1060 or 1086 CE copper-plate inscription from Dive that records a land grant (agrahara) to a Brahmin.A 2-line 1118 CE Marathi inscription at Shravanabelagola records a grant by the Hoysalas.Several inscriptions dated to the second half of the 11th century feature Marathi, which is usually appended to Sanskrit or Kannada in these inscriptions.
Marathi became the dominant language of epigraphy during the last half century of the dynasty's rule (14th century), and may have been a result of the Yadava attempts to connect with their Marathi-speaking subjects and to distinguish themselves from the Kannada-speaking Hoysalas.
Further growth and usage of the language was because of two religious sects – the Mahanubhava and Varkari panthans – who adopted Marathi as the medium for preaching their doctrines of devotion.
The contemporary grammatical rules described by Maharashtra Sahitya Parishad and endorsed by the Government of Maharashtra are supposed to take precedence in standard written Marathi.
Traditions of Marathi Linguistics and the above-mentioned rules give special status to tatsamas, words adapted from Sanskrit.
Marathi distinguishes inclusive and exclusive forms of 'we' and possesses a three-way gender system that features the neuter in addition to the masculine and the feminine.
In its phonology it contrasts apico-alveolar with alveopalatal affricates and, in common with Gujarati, alveolar with retroflex laterals ( Marathi is primarily spoken in Maharashtra (India) and parts of neighbouring states of Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh, Goa, Tamil Nadu Karnataka (Particularly the bordering districts of Belgaum, Bidar, Gulbarga and Uttara Kannada), Telangana, Chhattisgarh, union-territories of Daman and Diu and Dadra and Nagar Haveli.) is an Indo-Aryan language spoken predominantly by the Marathi people of Maharashtra, India.It is the official language and co-official language in the Maharashtra and Goa states of Western India, respectively, and is one of the 22 scheduled languages of India.Further change led to the Apabhraṃśa languages like Old Marathi, however, this is challenged by Bloch (1970), who states that Apabhraṃśa was formed after Marathi had already separated from the Middle Indian dialect.The earliest example of Maharashtri as a separate language dates to approximately 3rd century BCE: a stone inscription found in a cave at Naneghat, Junnar in Pune district had been written in Maharashtri using Brahmi script.Marathi Chat Room helps you find new singles at in.Free Marathi chat room with no registration required,you can meet new friends evey day in our awesome Marathi English chat room also we offer wide range langauges chat rooms etc: tamil chat,hyderabad, india chatting, telugu chat, indian chat, malayalam chat, kannada chat, america chat rooms, Marathi onlinechat Room - chat with Marathi online people and make new friends free also all other chating rooms also in works with allmajor smart mobile phones,android,windows,iphone,ipod and tablets devices, Marathi without registration in in and much more fun with our flash chat and unlimited free animated virtual gifts any time you can send to your loved once our chat platform.Nalopakhyan, Rukmini swayamvar and Shripati's Jyotishratnamala (1039) are a few examples.The oldest book in prose form in Marathi, Vivēkasindhu (), was written by Mukundaraja, a Nath yogi and arch-poet of Marathi.Join free online chat rooms and chat with friends, meet new people and more.Choose from hundreds of online chat rooms, Joining a online chat rooms on in is simple and fun. If you’re ready to start chat, you can join a Chat Rooms in just seconds.