Health can be defined as “as a state of complete physical, mental and social well-being and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity” (Kamalapur and Reddy, 2013, p. 11). The health of women in India and China is significantly affected by their social status or their status in the society. The contribution of the Indian women made for the family are often overlooked and they are considered as burden for the family as well as an economic burden. The strong preference for the boy child is seen in India that results in mistreatment with girl child (Kamalapur and Reddy, 2013). The health and well-being of the women in China is also ignored. This is the reason why health service use is higher among the women in China in comparison to men. The high requirement of the health care indicates the worst state of women health that includes worst perception of illness, greater morbidity, and greater degree of disability and lack of health related quality of life. One of the significant reasons of worst health status of women in China is the belief and behaviour of men and women and also concern of women towards their health (Cui & Li, 2009).