Cost 28 thousand! Rich Indian businessmen show off their wealth with gold masks

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 Cost 28 thousand! Rich Indian businessmen show off their wealth with gold masks


This show off wealth incident recently triggered a heated discussion among Indian netizens, many people joked that the rich world can not understand.. Some people ridiculed that the party spent so much money but bought a decoration, such as replacing it with equivalent n-95 mask, which is enough for many people to use. Some people lament the huge social differences under the epidemic situation: while half of the people are still worried about their livelihood, some people have too much money and dont know how to spend it.

Kurhardts obsession with gold is representative in Indian Society: due to the scarcity of gold resources, it is not only a symbol of wealth in India, but also an emergency at critical moments. According to the Indian financial media Mintel, gold products are equivalent to the hard goods of the countrys folk, playing an important insurance mechanism, which can be quickly converted into equivalent cash at extraordinary times. Indias gold demand has been high for nearly a decade: in fy19, for example, the country imported about 2.3 trillion rupees worth of gold. There are also many gold maniacs like kurhard in Indian society. In 2013, pug, a wealthy Indian businessman, spent 12.7 million rupees (about 1.2 million yuan) to create a pure gold shirt, which is made up of 14000 pieces of gold, with a total weight of 3.32kg. Unfortunately, this heirloom didnt seem to bring much luck to the owner. Pug was killed by more than a dozen people several years later due to a debt dispute. (Luo Shilin) source: Chen Hequn, editor in charge of Global Times_ NB12679

Kurhardts obsession with gold is representative in Indian Society: due to the scarcity of gold resources, it is not only a symbol of wealth in India, but also an emergency at critical moments. According to the Indian financial media Mintel, gold products are equivalent to the hard goods of the countrys folk, playing an important insurance mechanism, which can be quickly converted into equivalent cash at extraordinary times. Indias gold demand has been high for nearly a decade: in fy19, for example, the country imported about 2.3 trillion rupees worth of gold.

There are also many gold maniacs like kurhard in Indian society. In 2013, pug, a wealthy Indian businessman, spent 12.7 million rupees (about 1.2 million yuan) to create a pure gold shirt, which is made up of 14000 pieces of gold, with a total weight of 3.32kg. Unfortunately, this heirloom didnt seem to bring much luck to the owner. Pug was killed by more than a dozen people several years later due to a debt dispute. (Luo Shilin)