Indian Cake Artist Prachi Dhabal Deb making India proud on global platform with registering her name for the third time in a row in the World Book of Records

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Prachi Dhabal Deb

Indian Cake Artist Prachi Dhabal Deb has done it again! She has recently registered her name for the third time in a row in the World Book of Records, London. Prachi has created the biggest vegan royal icing hand-piped structure, an edible palace of Indian architecture, involving a length of 10 feet 01 inches, height of 04 feet 07 inches, and width of 03 feet 08 Inches while weighing a total of 200 kilograms. This is an incredible achievement that deserves to be celebrated.

Prachi is also known as the “Queen of Royal Icing” for her unconventional and artistic cakes. Her passion for creating unique cakes with royal icing is unmatched, and her latest record in the World Book of Records, London is a testament to her dedication and hard work.

Prachi’s previous world records for her gigantic cakes weighing 100 kgs in the World Book of Records, London in the year 2022, and the Femina Achievers of the Year award for her uniquely designed cakes are an inspiration for many aspiring cake artists.


Prachi’s story is a remarkable example of how hard work and dedication can lead to great success. She was also honored with the Swadesh Samman from Union Minister Shri Nitin Gadkari for her cake artistry. Prachi has truly made India proud on the global platform, and her achievements are a source of inspiration for many.

At the Bharat Leadership Awards 2021, Prachi received an award from the Governor of Maharashtra, Bhagat Singh Koshiyari, for her outstanding cakes. She was also a winner of the Royal Icing Award at the Cake Masters Award in Birmingham, United Kingdom.

In her statement, Prachi expressed her gratitude towards the entire cake community for their support and acknowledgment. “It’s an honor for me to have been considered in the World Book of Records. Creating unique cakes with royal icing is my passion, and to be able to take India’s name to the global platform has been nothing short of great pride.”

Prachi Dhabal Deb was born in the Rewa district of Madhya Pradesh to Rajan Singh and Anuradha Singh in 1986 and completed her school education in Dehradun and college degree in Kolkata. She is currently based out of Pune, Maharashtra, and has won the Cake Masters Award Winner ’19, Birmingham 2019.

Prachi’s achievements show that with passion, dedication, and hard work, one can achieve anything. Her story is a true inspiration to all those who aspire to be successful in their chosen field.

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