The generator will produce 15 random Marathi names and surnames. Marathi is a language spoken by 73 million people, most of whom live in western India in Maharastra. It is the nineteenth largest language in the world but the fourth largest in India. Marathi 's oldest documents date from about 2000 years ago. Maharastra is the richest, most populated country in India and is the location for numerous Bollywood movies with a wide budget. Marathi names share many elements with the other major languages in India, primarily due to religious influences. Religious names are typically found in all language groups with Hindu members, for instance names of particular gods. However, surnames are easier to identify. Most Marathi nicknames end in -e or -kar, but there are of course exceptions.
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Marathi is an Indo-Aryan language generally spoken mainly by around 83.7 million Marathi speakers of Maharashtra, India, which also includes Delhi and Mumbai. It is also the official state language of the Maharashtra and Goa regions of the Indian subcontinent, respectively, and is among the 22 official scheduled languages of India. Marathi is related to Hindi, which is spoken by over a billion Indians, but is not as widely spoken as Marathi is considered more formal. There are many dialects of Marathi, including Maratha, Gujarati, Kannada, Sindhi, Brahmi, Punjabi and Oriya, which form a part of its vocabulary.
Marathi is a fairly stable Indo-European language with a number of affixes, unlike Hindi, which is a highly inflected and complex Indo-European language, with no fixed affixes. Unlike Hindi, the word 'mari' is not used for masculine or feminine, and the word 'gari' is used for both genders. Hindi and Marathi words are written in a simple alphabet and the same is true for the language's alphabets. Marathi and Hindi words are pronounced exactly the same way and neither deviates much from their Sanskrit counterparts.
Like most Indian languages, Marathi has a large vocabulary, and most commonly used words are present in every sentence, along with those not used very often. Marathi can be difficult to learn for beginners, as it is grammatically sound, but once you have learnt the basics, it becomes quite easy to read Marathi sentences without the need for translation. The language is close to Sanskrit, and there are a number of grammatical similarities. Marathi does not have much variety, unlike Hindi or English and can be said to be very close to Hindi in terms of phonology and vocabulary, although its vocabulary is much larger than Sanskrit.