Giving, especially on a large scale, does not come naturally to Indians
Others may rage against their rich, but we in India celebrate our newly minted Bentley Barons and Falcon Jet Maharajas. Faced with images of the teetering stack boxes of Ambani Towers, the glitz of Mallyaland or DLFabad, the poorest slum boy gazes with awe, not anger. And we peer eagerly through vicarious lenses into the lives of the unearthly rich. It’s Indians who founded and run www.bornrich.com, devoted to trumpeting “the authentic luxury experiences to the handpicked luxury products in every category, including automobiles, gadgets, and jewelry to the luxury trends analysis into the high-end real estate, collectibles, and auction market", which can tell you all about the world’s most expensive shirt (22K gold, owned by Datta Phuge of Pimpri-Chinchwad: At $235,000— ₹ 1.3 crore—it comes complete with six Swarovski crystal buttons, though whether a spare is also included is not revealed).