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This special status expects the rules for tatsamas to be followed as in Sanskrit.
This practice provides Marathi with a large treasure of Sanskrit words to cope with demands of new technical words whenever needed.
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.
Nevertheless, Marathi in official documents from the era is totally persianised in its vocabulary.
The persian influence continues to this day with many persian derived words used in every day speech such as bāg (Garden), kārkhānā (factory), shahar (city), bāzār (market), dukān (shop), hushār (clever), kāḡaḏ (paper), khurchi (chair), jamin (land), jāhirāt (advertisement), and hazār (thousand) Marathi gained prominence with the rise of the Maratha empire beginning with the reign of Chhatrapati Shivaji ( ruled 1674–1680).
His contemporary, Namdev composed verses or abhang in Marathi as well as Hindi.
Mukund Raj was a poet who lived in the 13th century and is said to be the first poet who composed in Marathi.
The 16th century saint-poet Eknath (1528–1599) is well known for composing the Eknāthī Bhāgavat, a commentary on Bhagavat Purana and the devotional songs called Bharud.Although the rulers were Muslims, the local feudal landlords and the revenue collectors were Hindus and so was the majority of the population.Political expediency made it important for the sultans to make use of Marathi.Under Shivaji, the language used administrative documents became less persianised.Whereas in 1630, 80% of the vocabulary was Persian, it dropped to 37% by 1677 Unlike varkari saints, his writing has a strong militant expression to it.
Maharashtra, Goa, Karnataka, Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Gujarat, Tamil Nadu, Telangana, Andhra Pradesh, Dadra and Nagar Haveli, Daman and Diu and significant minority in the countries of Israel and Mauritius) is an Indian language spoken predominantly by the Marathi people of Maharashtra.