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Interesting Facts about Marathi Songs The Indic language, which can also be called as the Indo-Aryan language is recognized as the dominant language family of the Indian subcontinent, which is a southern region located in Asia. The Marathi language is one of the most popular examples of the Indic languages, and such language is recognized as part of the southern zone language that is being developed in the Maharashtri Prakrit, which can be shortened as Maharashtri. To be more specific, the Marathi language is recognized as an example of the Indian language that is being spoken and used by the people of Maharashtra called simply as the Marathi people. The language of the Marathi people is classified as one of the twenty-two scheduled languages of the whole country of India, and it is also recognized as the official language of Maharashtra. It is believed that the standard Marathi language is based on the dialects used by the print media and academics, and examples of these dialects are the Varhadi dialect, the Jhadi Boli, the Southern Indian Marathi, the Judeo-Marathi and the Thanjavur Marathi. It is believed that the Marathi people are recognized as part of the Indo-Aryan ethnic groups that lives or inhabits specifically in the state of Maharashtra, and in any other districts that borders various states, such as Belgaon of Karnataka, Madgaon of Goa, and Karwar of Karnataka. In terms of religion, other Marathi people are Buddhist, Christians, Jews, Muslims, and Jains, but most of them are Hindus. It is typical for the Marathi people who are Hindus to celebrate all the different India Hindu festivals, such as Raksha Bandhan, Dasara, and Diwali; and some other festivals that are being celebrated by the Marathi people includes the Ganeshotsav, the Gudhi Padwa, the Akshaya Tritiya, the Ashadhi Ekadashi, the Guru Purnima, the Vat Pournima, the Divyanchi Amavasya, the Narali Purnima, the Bail Pola, the Kojagari, and many more.
What Has Changed Recently With Musicians?

What Has Changed Recently With Musicians?
Most of the Marathi people are great musicians, and they are still using their very own language in this day and age for their musical compositions. Some of the most famous Marathi singers of all time are Shalmali Kholgade, Asha Boshle, Sanjeev Abhyankar, Aarya Ambekar, Patthe Bapurao, Shamika Bhide, Shankar Mahadevan, Malgudi Subha, Sushma Shretstha, Rohit Raut and Shreya Ghoshal. A well-known company has enlisted some of the best old and new Marathi songs of all time, and the songs on their list are the Break Up Ke Baad, the Gaarva, the Tik Tik Vajate Dokyat, the Dhipad Dhipang, the Morya Morya, the Zindagi Zindagi, the Ye Go Ye Ye Maina, the Kombadi Palali, and the Mala Sang Na. The people who wants to listen to the different Marathi songs can do such thing online or with the use of a media player software and websites, a video or music player applications, or a video-sharing websites; and they may also download it directly in their mobile devices.