It is said that there is a disposition in the Bombay Presidency to deify the Maratha leader Śivaji.
The Maratha unlocked the door, signed to Desmond to enter, and locked him in.
The clicking of the dice ceased, and in a few moments a Maratha appeared at the doorway and entered blinking.
Each of the others comprised a Mysorean, a Biluchi, and a Maratha.
Hindu states, like the Maratha confederacy and Rajputana, asserted themselves.
"Yes, of a truth; it is Suwarndrug; I was there a month ago," replied the Maratha.
The first place in which we see this current in movement is the Maratha country.
And be very good to Maratha, for I shall come back some day, and she must not be too old or too lame to take care of me.
Grieved at these words, the Maratha Brahman left the place appealing to Krishna.
Such was the Maratha's story, as by and by it became common property on board the Good Intent.
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).