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These inscriptions suggest that Marathi was a standard written language by the 12th century.However, there is no record of any actual literature produced in Marathi until the late 13th century.Nalopakhyan, Rukmini swayamvar and Shripati's Jyotishratnamala (1039) are a few examples.The oldest book in prose form in Marathi, Vivēkasindhu (), was written by Mukundaraja, a Nath yogi and arch-poet of Marathi.In Goa, Konkani is the sole official language; however, Marathi may also be used for some official purposes in some case.Marathi is included among the languages which stand a part of the Eighth Schedule of the Constitution of India, thus granting it the status of a "scheduled language".
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