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Marathi Language...

Marathi, historically derived from Maharashtra (the language) of the great (maha) land/ nation (rashtra), belongs to the Indo-Aryan stock of languages. Marathi is one of the 18th official languages in India and the official language of the state of Maharashtra. At present, there are approximately sixty two million speakers of Marathi, including the speakers outside the native state of Maharashtra. Marathi is an indigenous origin and occupies a geographically unique position since it is spoken in the area which connects two major languages families: Indo-Aryan of the north, and Dravidian of the south. Like Hindi, Marathi uses the Devanagari alphabets, locally known as balbodh. For every business expansion and growth, it is mandatory to promote the products keeping in mind the target audiences. For effective business communication, there should be a good flow of language keeping in mind local people and lifestyle. The language has significantly emerged as a great business source owing to the popularisation of the Marathi translation services in the global market. Marathi language translation is up on a high these days, and due to these many firms and corporate are hiring the exponent in Marathi translations or interpreters as a mean to communicate directly with the localities. Within the business domain, Marathi Translation services are on demand everywhere to cope with the ongoing market demand, as many Marathi people are financially very stable. More so, Maharashtra is great places for tourism, so many firms into tourism industry hire the services of Marathi translation/ interpreters to avoid language barrier. Many industries into Movies, daily soaps, films, television, news & publishing also need the Marathi language translation services if they are targeting the local Marathi people for wider coverage. Now a days almost all languages has been modified with English in new decade! Marathi got 'Minglish = Marathi + English', 'Hindi got Hinglish = Hindi + English'. We should accept the change where possible...