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Mazandarani is an Iranian language of the northwestern branch. Spoken mainly in Iran's Mazandaran province, it is claimed to be unintelligible with respect to Persian.
Among the living Iranian languages, Mazandarani has one of the longest written traditions, from the tenth to the fifteenth century. The rich literature of this language includes books such as Marzban Nameh (later translated into Persian) and the poetry of Amir Pazevari. The use of Mazandarani, however, has been in decline. Its literary and administrative rank was lost to Persian perhaps long before the ultimate integration of Mazandaran into the national administration in the early seventeenth century. An overwhelming majority of the population of Mazandaran Province are now bilingual, also speaking Persian.
The Mazandarani language is closely related to Gilaki and the two languages have similar vocabularies. Notably, the language did not come under the influence of other incoming languages such as Arabic and Turkish. According to Ethnologue, there were more than three million native speakers of Mazandarani in 1993 speaking different dialects such as Gorgani, Ghadikolahi and Palani.
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