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How To Say ‘I Love You’ In Bengali + Romantic Bengali Phrases

Wondering how to say ‘I love you’ in Bengali? 😏

You’re in the right place.

Today you’ll learn how to show your love in Bengali.

If you want to know how to say ‘I love you’ and other romantic phrases in Bengali, then read on.

How To Say ‘I Love You’ In Bengali

To tell someone that you love them in Bengali, say:

I love youAmi tomake bhalobashi
I love youAmi toke bhalobashi

You would say ‘tomake’ to someone who is your new girlfriend/boyfriend or husband/wife and any family or friends you want to say this to.

It’s pronounced kinda like this “toh-mah-keh”.

If you’ve been in a relationship for quite a long time you should say ‘toke’ as it’s a more informal way of saying it.

Check out the below video to hear the pronunciation:

If you want to say this more respectfully, you can say:

I love youAmi apnake bhalobashi

Romantic Phrases in Bengali

Try these other romantic Bengali phrases too including how to say ‘I miss you’ in Bengali.

I love you tooAmio tomake bhalobashi
I like youAmi tomake pochondo kori
You are beautiful/prettyTumi sundor
You are very beautiful/prettyTumi khub sundor
I love you very muchAmi tomake onek beshi bhalobashi
I want to marry youAmi tomake biye korte chai
I miss youAmi tomake miss korchi*
My love (referring to a female)Priyotoma
My love (referring to a male)Priyotomo

*There isn’t really an equivalent word for ‘miss’ in Bengali so they’ve adopted the English word ‘miss’ into their language. Bengali has many loan words like this. 

Check out the below video to hear the pronunciation of some of these phrases:

These phrases should come in handy whether you’ve got a love interest from Bangladesh/India or whether you’re just visiting and want to be prepared. 

If you want to learn to read in Bengali, then start by learning the Bengali alphabet.