You need to know a little bit about the culture before making comments like "this guy has self-esteem issues".http://www.cbsnews.com/8301-18560_162-57476216/indias-love-a..."No gold, no wedding," is a saying in India, indicating the importance of gold to Indian culture and tradition.India's love for gold is almost a religion. Beyond being a symbol of wealth and status, gold is part of worship and culture -- a tradition that goes back thousands of years. From birth to death, for men and women, among rich and poor -- acquiring gold is a goal for the people of India. All of which has made India the world's largest consumer of gold and thus a powerhouse in industry. "If India sneezes, the gold industry will catch a cold," says Ajay Mitra of the World Gold Council.
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