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The Wealth Issue 2019

Can You Be Happy Without Money?

Nandini Nair

In novels, only the rich can afford the luxury of complete leisure, and no toil. They have lives of plenty, which end up pyrrhic, as rampant consumerism hints at moral bankruptcy

Caviar Capitalism

Since the Soviet Union collapsed, caviar has gone from being easily available to being less so; China has become its largest producer in the world; and luxury has gone from being all about global chic to local grunge

Spirit of the Times

You have to be n it for the long run. It takes years for fine wines to improve in quality and price. Whisky too can be an investment possibility but for that you will have to look abroad for advice

Yacht Masters

Many people who have never sailed, for whom purchasing a hatch is too expensive, are now beginning to take to it

The Platinum Rush

Over the last decade, platinum has been trying to make inroads into the Indian Jewellery market, one of the most evolved in the world and bound intricately by tradition and culture

A Portrait of the Crore

From an unimaginable number, it has become all too ordinary. But if it no long captures the Indian imagination, what takes its place?

“Celebrate wealth creators,” says Kiran Mazumdar-Shaw

Kiran Mazumdar-Shaw in conversation with V Shoba

The Unexpected Antique

How Le Corbusier’s Chandigarh memorabilia, from manhole covers to furniture, appeared in the brochures of some of the world’s biggest auction houses

It’s Glorious to be Rich

The wealthy must never be made to feel guilty as long as they are law-abiding and pay their taxes

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