The article is an extension of the Indian Gender Role Identity Scale (IGRIS) developed by Basu. It was observed that the items of the gender role identity scales are subject to variation according to age groups, as the gender role values change across generation. Three variants of the IGRIS were constructed for the teenagers (17-19 years), young adults (19-30 years) and married adult couples (30-50 years). The psychomertric properties of the three variants entitled IGRIS A, IGRIS B and IGRIS C respectively have been detailed in the article. © Journal of the Indian Academy of Applied Psychology.