Introducing others in Marathi………

learn marathi possessive adjectives


तुझा हात.
tuzaa hat तुम्हारा हात | Your hand
तुझी गाडी.
tuzi gadi तुम्हारी गाडी | Your vehicle
तुझे नाव .
tuze naav तुम्हारा नाम | Your name
तुझे कपडे .
tuze kapde तुम्हारे कपडे | Your clothes
  तुझा, तुझी ,तुझे = तुम्हारा, तुम्हारी, तुम्हारे = Your



त्याचा हात.
tyacha hat उसका हात | His hand
त्याची गाडी.
tyachi gadi उसकी गाडी | His vehicle
त्याचे नाव .
tyache naav उसका नाम | His name
त्याचे कपडे .
tyache kapde उसके कपडे | His clothes



तिचा हात.
ticha hat उसका हात | Her hand
तिची गाडी.
tichi gadi उसकी गाडी | Her vehicle
तिचे नाव .
tiche naav उसका नाम | Her name
तिचे कपडे .
tiche kapde उसके कपडे | Her  clothes


त्याचा ,त्याची ,त्याचे = His

तिचा ,तिची ,तिचे = Her

Ajay’s                                                                                      Madhuri’s

अजयचा हात

(ajay cha haat)

Ajay’s hand.

माधुरीचा हात

(maadhuri cha haat)

Madhuri’s hand.

अजयची गाडी

(ajay chee gaadi)

Ajay’s vehicle.

माधुरीची गाडी

(maadhuri chee gaadi)

Madhuri’s vehicle.

अजयचे नाव

(ajay che naav)

Ajay’s name.

माधुरीचे नाव

(maadhuri cha naav)

Madhur’s name.

अजयचे कपडे

(ajay che kapde)

Ajay’s clothes.

माधुरीचे कपडे 

(maadhuri che kapde)

Madhuri’s clothes.


Also see the very creative lesson on  ” USING  चा/ची/चे IN MARATHI.”

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33 comments on “Introducing others in Marathi………
  1. samriddhi says:

    what about “it” ?
    you told us about his her….i.e tyacha ticha….n bla bla bla
    but how will u speak for “it’s”
    means suppose we need to describe a cellphone’s featrures…so we’ll start by…. if u wana say it is samsung mobile
    }”te samsung mobile aahe”
    ok now we wana describe its features ok
    so how will u say…. “It’s features are……”??????

    • Akshay says:

      hi samriddhi,

      Generally we consider mobile as an masculine object. So , you can use ” tyche or tyachi” when referring to a mobile.
      and if u wana say ” it is a samsung mobile ” the you may say it is as ” ha samsung mobile aahe, hyache features ase aahet…..”

      • akanksha says:

        srry sir ..m nt gettng ur point..if u r taking mob as masculine thn u shuld b using tyacha..y u using tyachi n tyche

        • Akshay says:

          Dint get ur question Akansha . Could you please explain again ??

        • Tushar says:

          Akshay is right.
          We do consider things as masculine or feminine in Hindi too.
          this pencil is mine
          ye pencil meri hai

          this is a pen
          ye pen mera hai

          like this only it is a samsung phone
          ha samsung phone ahe .

  2. paridhi agrawal says:

    awesome website….. really helping me to learn marathi with such ease…. really good…

  3. vatan says:

    good to learn..

  4. jannelle britto says:

    how do you understand whether a common noun is feminine or masculine.for eg. how do you know that the vehicle is feminine and it is “ti gaadi” or “te pustak”,etc. in hindi, marathi and french u have masculine feminine unlilke english???

    • Akshay says:

      Hi Jannelle

      There are no rules as such but in most of the cases, the word ending with the sound of -aa are masculine and those with -ee are feminine.
      for example : Ghodaa (horse) = Masculine Gadi (vehicle) = Feminine
      Kutraa (dog)= Masculine Mumbai = Feminine


  5. andrea says:

    if we consider the words ending with aa as masculine and the words ending with ee as feminine ,then which words are neuter gender?

  6. shikto says:

    is there a difference for singular and plural, like in hindi on would say… TERA kapda, TERE kapde ?

    Thanks for the great work :)

    • Akshay says:

      Not for the word “kapde” but you can say it for other words like tuza phone and tuze phone pr tuza kutra(dog) and tuze kutre(dogs).

  7. louella D'souza says:

    Absolutely wonderful — never got down to learning the language while I was in school – it tortured me i.e. learning marathi in school … but now its a pleasure and so easy, you have done a wonderful job – see what you can do with regard to the school syllabus you have made learning fun and easy, i.e. this is exactly what our kids need in school. I will be using you site to help my granchild learn marathi. Thanks a ton and God blessyou. Your good work is really appreciated.

  8. vikas says:

    mera naam ankur hai -maajhe naav ankur aahe
    why not majha here (majha =mera )???

  9. Udyan says:

    very good site to learn marathi

  10. RAJ says:

    wonderful site man!!!!!!!!!!!!
    really enjoying . nice creativity !

  11. shridhar says:

    खूब छान website आहेय

  12. Rahul says:

    Nice website.

  13. chechani says:

    यदि मैं प्रतिदिन 30 मिनट दूं तो मैं आपके विचार में कितने दिन में मराठी बोलना सीख जाऊँगा?

  14. gayatri says:

    How to ask what (aap) r u doing ? Will it be tumhee kay karto?

    And how to ask did u had dinner? How to say ‘we’

  15. Dilpreet says:

    Wonderful site for learning marathi..

    But there should be a reading session (stories or other topics) to practice what we have learnt like in books.

  16. Ashok Pahan says:

    what is difference between
    तुझा and तुमचा

  17. shitesh says:

    hi!….. Akshya bhau, i thought Marathi is typical but in this site the pattern of discription is very easy. It is my first day of learning and i am very happy. Thanks a lot.
    i am little confuse about…………
    “my name” in Marathi is “maze naav” then “my car” will be “maze car” or “mazee car”?
    you have said that “naav” is neuter then what about “car”, we generally say in Hindi “uska naam , uski car”, please tell me someone as soon as possible.

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