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The term 'Maratha' is generally used by historians to refer to all Marathi-speaking peoples, irrespective of caste. At present, however, it refers to a set of Maharashtrian castes called Maratha.What is the Maratha Empire called today?
Maratha Empire. The Maratha Empire (also transliterated, Mahratta), or the Maratha Confederacy, was a Hindu state located in present-day India. It existed from 1674 to 1818. At its peak, the empire's territories covered 250 million acres (1 million km²) or one-third of South Asia.What is the significance of Maratha culture?
Maratha, a major people of India, famed in history as yeoman warriors and champions of Hinduism. Their homeland is the present state of Maharashtra, the Marathi-speaking region that extends from Mumbai (Bombay) to Goa along the west coast of India and inland about 100 miles (160 km) east of Nagpur.What was the Maratha Darbar?
Maratha darbar or court. Gold coins minted during Shivaji's era, 17th century. The Ashtapradhan ( The Council of Eight) was a council of eight ministers that administered the Maratha empire. This system was formed by Shivaji. Ministerial designations were drawn from the Sanskrit language and comprised: