Massive celebrations have been planned for Prime Minister Narendra Modi's 66th birthday on 17 September.
A Surat-based bakery is working to create a 3,750 kg pyramid-shaped birthday cake for PM Modi. The cake, by Atul Bakery, wants to break the record of the biggest pyramid cake - a record held by the 1.74m tall, 720.8 kg cake set during the Rzeszow International Fair(Poland) in Rzeszow, Poland on 21 May 2011.
It took a team of around 20 chefs of to make possible the chocoberry-flavoured cake.
Atul Bakery is working in collaboration with the Shakti Foundation NGO - which works for the economic empowerment of women in rural and urban areas.
The giant pyramid cake will be cut by a group of differently abled and underprivileged girls in the presence of over 5,000 girls and women at the Maliba Party plot at Vesu on 17 September.
A Delhi-based organisation, Guitarmonk will bring together 1,000 guitarists from across the nation to play live music at the event. According to reports, around 100 guitars will also be distributed free to the undervprivileged girls.