Climb­ing the Lad­der of Pros­per­ity

Business Today - - LETTERS TO THE EDITOR -

This refers to your an­nual Lux­ury Is­sue 2017. Busi­ness To­day de­serves en­comi­ums for im­pres­sive graph­ics and easy text. The de­tails on gor­geous dresses, sump­tu­ous foods, re­ju­ve­nat­ing so­journs, mel­liflu­ous mu­sic, and so on of the rich point to the waves of plea­sure prin­ci­ples. It is praise­wor­thy that In­di­ans do not flaunt their wealth and re­flect their glow of growth in mon­e­tary chan­nels. Noth­ing is wrong in build­ing as­sets or turn­ing wealthy, but poverty of the down­trod­den and strug­gles of the mid­dle- class of In­dian masses must sear the con­science of the rich. They must vol­un­tar­ily be­come tax- com­pli­ant and share gov­ern­men­tal re­spon­si­bil­i­ties. B. Ra­jasekaran, Ban­ga­lore

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