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The disproportionate number of Javanese that dominate Indonesian politics is reflected by the fact that six out of seven Indonesian presidents have been ethnic Javanese.

Its status as a "hip" language by other aspects of Indonesian society is another contributing factor as well.

Although Hinduism and Buddhism are no longer the major religions of Indonesia, Sanskrit, the language vehicle for these religions, is still held in high esteem, and its status is comparable with that of Latin in English and other Western European languages.

The event significantly affected the original Malay language which gradually developed into the modern Indonesian language.

The study on Indonesian etymology and loan words reflected its historical and social context.

Words borrowed into English (e.g., bamboo, orangutan, dugong, amok, and even "cooties") generally entered through Malay language by way of British colonial presence in Malaysia and Singapore, similar to the way the Dutch have been borrowing words from the various native Indonesian languages.

One exception is "bantam", derived from the name of the Indonesian province Banten in Western Java (see Oxford American Dictionary, 2005 edition).

The Sanskrit influence came from contacts with India long ago before the 1st century. The relationship to Vedic Sanskrit is less direct and more complicated; the Prakrits were descended from Old Indo-Aryan vernaculars.

The words are either directly borrowed from India or through the intermediary of the Old Javanese language. Hindi (Devanagari: हिन्दी, IAST: Hindī) is a standardised and Sanskritised register of the Hindustani language.

At its development stage, various native terms (mostly Javanese) from all over the archipelago made its way to the language.

The Dutch adaptation of the Malay language during colonial period had resulted significant amount of Dutch loanwords and vocabulary.

Bahasa Indonesia function as lingua franca that unites 200 various languages over the archipelago.