RATAN CHAIRWEIGHTS ON SALE IN INDIA: A BUDGET OF MONEY BY KAREN JOHNSON | POLITICO.COM | 10/12/2018 – 09:25:43″I bought two,” she said, standing outside a shop in a Mumbai suburb.
“The one I want to buy is $600,000.”
The seller had spent about $10,000 on the chair.
“I want to give it to my father-in-law,” she told the reporter.
A rattan ceiling is an ornamental piece of furniture that has been used for centuries for a variety of purposes, including a decoration or decoration for the walls of a home.
In recent years, the use of rattan has spread rapidly in India as a decorative piece of art and as a symbol of mourning.
A large majority of India’s residents — about 85% — live in cities, where most households have one or more rooms with a fireplace, according to the 2016 census data.
Rattan has also become a symbol for mourning and mourning rituals.
“This is my way of letting my mother-in and father- in know how much I love them,” said M.G. Gupta, a 23-year-old college student.
She said she had purchased her chair for Rs.6,000 from a Mumbai house that was selling them for Rs1,000 each.
“They had sold out of them in less than an hour,” Gupta said.
The seller, who asked that her name not be published, said she wanted to sell her chair because she thought her father- and mother- in-law were sick.
“My mother- the owner, my grandmother and her mother- are both in the hospital,” she recalled.
She also said she was not going to use the chair for her wedding, but rather to display it for the couple’s 10th wedding anniversary.
“I don’t care if my dad-in or mother- was in hospital, I want them to see this chair,” she added.
The Indian Council of Social Services said there were more than 7,000 such chairs in circulation across the country, with a total value of about Rs.1.5 trillion ($1.9 trillion).
The agency said it had identified about 2,500 such chairs as “not suitable for use for wedding.”
According to the United Nations, rattan is used as a “spiritual medium” by some people, such as Tibetan Buddhists, as a means of communicating with spirits and to communicate with the dead.