Sheep Husband and Ox Wife
He is cultivated and unhurried and must lead a life of enjoyment as he pleases. Although she is diligent enough to look after him and his family well, she will not enjoy his outlandish demands. But he needs to be appreciated in order for the best to be brought out of him. Her emphasis on order and discipline will leave him very little space for himself. She is firm and unwavering and wants to make the most of her time, while he is moody and must wait for the right time to do anything. She finds if difficult to put up with his soft ways, while he is indisposed to being pushed around. In this union, drastic adjustments will have to be made for it to click.
Ox Husband and Sheep Wife
She can do up a nice and cosy home for him while he does well to take care of her. He is practical and full of fortitude while she is mushy and erratic. This in effect means he earns the money and she blows it up. They are pretty much opposites: the Ox firm and determined; the Sheep fragile and anxious. However, he may not always be so compromising as his expectations from others are high. She may become dejected at such times. Both are likely to realise that life is not a bed of roses.
Rat Husband and Rat Wife
Born under the same animal sign, these two possess similar traits. However, they may fail to see eye to eye sometimes, especially if one of them is a bit too much for the other. For exampleRead More..
All Chinese Signs
Elegant and innovative, the Rats like to experiment and ideate along with working out the possible logistics. Usually, they may appear to be shy and reserved. But, well that’s not how they actually are.
A Boar is somebody who is honest, sincere and courageous. Although they may come across as snobbish people, they are quite easy-going and humble in real. Boars are gifted with a great endurance level.
The animal sign, which loves to be under the spotlight and take the centre stage, is Dragon. Their energy level and enthusiasm are worth envying for. A Dragon’s optimistic attitude towards life is his formula to
Extremely clever, jovial, flexible and extraordinarily creative are all those born during a Monkey year. They may surprise you with their presence of mind, sharp observations and intellectual discussions.
Fearless and adventurous are the key words that can be associated with Roosters or chicken as they are also called. Always protective about their near and dear ones, they are ready to fight for any
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Their irresistible charm and straightforwardness make the Dogs the most likeable personalities in the entire Chinese Zodiac. Just like the animal that represents them, the people born under a Dog year are
‘Slow and steady wins the race’, is the adage that aptly suits the Ox. Their unmatchable determination and willpower to meet success, is what makes them what they are industrious individuals. An Ox is always
Rabbits are the luckiest of all the twelve Sun signs. Rabbit men may often be tagged as gentleman because of their chivalrous and courteous nature. Calm and cool-headed, the Rabbits are kind and gentle with
With soaring energy levels and unmatchable zeal for life, the Horse are always on the go! The dynamic personalities as they are, they are always up to making inventions and discoveries. Chirpy and witty,