To flood: yes I will at least post some pictures of it when I get the guitar, and I play western classical music.
To nandac: True, the price is very high even for an American or any guy in a developped country. But I didn't come to India with nothing, I did a lot of research. The point is not made in where but what wood the guitar is. If I only need to some plywood from the USA or Canada, then $ 300 will be more than enough, but if you check some web sites like “kronbauerguitars.com” then you will know the price of a fine hand mand guitar, it won't be cheaper than $3000, and don't even mention the best wood like Indian Rosewood and Ebony. You let me know Arul, didn't you? Then you should turst the man, I know him, he is a professional, selfless, modest man and I visited his workshop and saw the guitar he made, it is fantastic and absolutely worth the price. So, again, thank you very much.
To metalmicky: I know you feeling, maybe not, but I understhand your feeling. Because the reason I asked for help on this site is, someday before I called the one of the biggest musical store (which I know from here, too) and ask “how much is your best or most expensive guitar”, the answer I got is fourteen thousand, then I start to know the common situation of most Indian guitar players: they don't have the gears can be called guitar, some wooden boxs in guitar shape at most, not a musical instrument. Basically, it's very similar with the situation of most Chinese players but worse. In China, in maybe every guitar shop, the most popular guitar is between RS.3,000-RS.7,000. Most Chinese are not rich people or not willing to spend too much on an instrument just like Indian. But the most important difference is even in a small store only as big as my living room(this is how big the store where I bought my last guitar) where sells the cheap guitar as their main job, you can still find some very expensive and good guitars (RS.10,000-RS.50,000) for some true guitar lovers with good taste, passion, foresight, knowledge and enough cash. For you, metalmicky, if someday you can play a RS.100,000 guitar personally, then you may really know why flood said that and the motive I said "at least RS 30,000".