Mumbai- The Award-Winning Chef and Anchor of a prominent culinary show, is all set to create history with a world record that will make the nation proud.
Chef Devwrat Anand Jategaonkar would be seen making the World's largest 'Margarine Sculpture' of ‘Trimurti’, the trinity of supreme divinity in India. This sculpture of 7X7 feet would require margarine of around 1300 to 1500 kgs. The process of the sculpture will commence from February 14, 2017, and will take around 10 long days with each day 14 hours of creative work. Margarine will be sculpted in climate controlled glass cabin for visitors to enjoy the making of ‘Trimurti’. This sculpture would not only demonstrate Devwrat's extraordinary skills but also showcase our rich heritage on a global platform.
Chef Devwrat has already won a Silver Medal (first ever for India) in 2012 for the margarine sculpture with a concept of 'O Cinderella' at the IKA Olympics held in Germany.