NO NO NO, you can buy GOD, Please do not confuse GOD with Idols and Temple.
Like Kabir das says:
Pahan Puje Hari Mile, to mai puju Pahar
Tate wa chakki bhali, pece Khaye sansar.
Money does matter. There are so many temples is disuse, why build new one? It is to show money.
Since 1988, I have been travelling extensively all over
India because, I find the sight of ancient Hindu temple
architecture deeply pleasing. If a temple built before
the year 1700 and endowed with the least bit of
architeture beauty survives, anywhere in India even as a
crumbling pile of stones, very likely I have seen it.
What did I find and what did I learn on my endless
Over the past 1500 years, the rajas and maharajas of
Hindustan may have created magnificent temples in greater
number than any other ancient civilisation built its own
religious edifices, but most surviving Hindu temples have
been simply abandoned for decades to water and wild
vegetation, cattle and wild birds, vandals and sculpture
thieves. Precious temples haven been silently
disintegrating into piles of stone blocks.