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What The Stars Say About Your Love Life

By DIVYA NAIR and RAJESH KARKERA
February 02, 2022 09:24 IST
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Over the last two years of the pandemic, while some have found true love, a lot of couples -- young and old -- have struggled to stay together.

What does 2022 have in store for singles and couples?

Will you find your perfect mate in 2022?

Janvi GaurAccording to Dubai-based astrologer, tarot card reader and life coach Janvi Gaur, left, "2022 adds to 6 -- Venus, God's favourite planet. So it's going to be a spectacular year for everyone."

In this breakthrough year, adds Janvi, "we'll see a lot of millionaires. There will be a lot of weddings, commitments and even people in bad relationships will get rid of it."

February 1 also marks the beginning of the Chinese New Year. 2022 is the Year of the Tiger, which symbolises strength, fearlessness and optimism.

Watch the video in which Janvi shares important relationship advice for all the stars in the zodiac for 2022:

Interview: Divya Nair/Rediff.com
Video: Rajesh Karkera/Rediff.com

 


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