- Maya is sister of dhara who is doctor.
- Maya is sister of dhara, who is doctor.
In both statements who is used for which person???
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The relative pronoun, who, should refer directly to the antecedent. Note the position of the commas.
Maya, who is the sister of Dhara, is a doctor.
Maya [who has a sister called Dhara] is a doctor
Maya is the sister of Dhara who is a doctor
Maya has a sister (Dhara) who is a doctor
Maya is the sister of Dhara who is a doctor. --> Maya is a doctor here.
Maya is a sister of Dhara, who is a doctor. --> Dhara is a doctor in this case.