"Grandfather and grandmother do not come to our house."
Translation:नाना और नानी हमारे घर नहीं आते।
Does जाता imply a postposition like आता does?
I understand that in this case, the verb आते implies a postposition and that implied postposition requires the oblique case—somewhat similar to saying "they come home" instead of "they come to our home" in English.
Is this also the case with जाता or is the "to" not implied there in such a way that requires the oblique case? I seem to recall examples given prior where जाता didn't require the oblique case in the exact same way as आता but I can't find any such rules at the moment.