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Such was the Maratha's story, as by and by it became common property on board the Good Intent.
"Yes, of a truth; it is Suwarndrug; I was there a month ago," replied the Maratha.
When the Maratha joined the groups Fuzl Khan addressed him directly in a low firm tone.
It is said that there is a disposition in the Bombay Presidency to deify the Maratha leader Śivaji.Hinduism And Buddhism, Volume II. (of 3)|Charles Eliot
The first place in which we see this current in movement is the Maratha country.Hindu Gods And Heroes|Lionel D. Barnett
state in southwestern India, also in reference to the Scytho-Dravidian race living there, 1763 (Mharatta), from Marathi Maratha, corresponding to Sanskrit Maharastrah, literally "great country," from maha- "great" (from PIE root *meg- "great;" see magnate) + rastra "kingdom," from raj "to rule" (see rajah).