India's largest cake to be unveiled in Ahmedabad
A city based organisation claimed that it will unveil the largest cake ever prepared in India on February 25 midnight to commemorate completion of 600 years of Ahmedabad.india Updated: Feb 24, 2010 23:49 IST
A city based organisation on Wednesday claimed that it will unveil the largest cake ever prepared in India on February 25 midnight to commemorate completion of 600 years of Ahmedabad.
The cake will be 230 feet and 14 inches long, weigh around 850 kilograms and measure 3.4 inches in width, Raheel Patel of Vaasro, an organisation working towards preservation of cultural and heritage of Ahmedabad, told reporters in Ahmedabad.
It shall be the biggest cake to be manufactured in India so far, as the previous one weighed around 804.5 kilograms and was 216 feet long. We aim to find an entry in Limca Book of Records, he said.
"This record breaking cake will have 200 art works carved out of icing which are significant to 600 years completion of Ahmedabad, and shall be the longest one to be made in India," Patel said.
The cake is being prepared with the help of over 30 vendors, engaged in bakery processes, and shall be on display on February 25, while it is scheduled to be cut at midnight to commemorate completion of 600 year's of Ahmedabad, he said.
"We have invited all the prominent Ahmedabadi's for the cake cutting ceremony scheduled for February 25 midnight, when we shall be releasing 600 white balloons for peace and prosperity of the city," Patel added.