These chocolate carvings remind us of the ‘chocolicious’ world of Charlie and the Chocolate Factoryhttps://indianexpress.com/photos/lifestyle-gallery/culinary-art-india-chocolate-mania-cakes-pastries-5097912/

These chocolate carvings remind us of the ‘chocolicious’ world of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory

Are you a foodie? Creating astounding art pieces from food, more than 300 chefs from all over India presented their culinary excellence at Culinary Art India in New Delhi. Check out the pictures here.

Are you a foodie? While many appreciate good food, there are only a few who know how to give it an artistic twist. Creating astounding art pieces from food, more than 300 chefs from all over India presented their culinary excellence at Culinary Art India in New Delhi. The five day event included Three Course Set Dinner Menu, Chocolate Mania, Artistic Pastry Showpiece, Fruit & Vegetable Carving, Three Tier Wedding Cake, Artistic Bakery Showpiece and a lot more. Here's a glimpse of the chocolate carvings created by the chefs.

A mermaid made of chocolate! Isn't it beautiful? The carving created by Chef Avinash is totally edible. (Source: Express Photo by Jyotsna Basotia)

A flying dragon! Doesn't it look like it has landed straight out of 'Game of Thrones'? Chef MD Asif got the 'bronze' position for this creation. (Source: Express Photo by Jyotsna Basotia)

Want a ride in this chocolaty jeep made by Chef MD Rahees? (Source: Express Photo by Jyotsna Basotia)

The Lost World, a creation by Chef Arun Kumar, shows dinosaurs made of chocolate. (Source: Express Photo by Jyotsna Basotia)

This chocolate carving designed by Chef Hinder Rawat could be a colourful artefact at your home. (Source: Express Photo by Jyotsna Basotia)

Chef Shobit Kumar created this beautiful chocolate craving and secured the 'silver' position! Amazing, isn't it? (Source: Express Photo by Jyotsna Basotia)

Do you like chocolates with bountiful of fruits? (Source: Express Photo by Jyotsna Basotia)

Here's a three-course meal that was displayed at Culinary Art India in the Capital. (Source: Express Photo by Jyotsna Basotia)

Mix some colours with chocolates. (Source: Express Photo by Jyotsna Basotia)

The event was planned to create awareness about the profession of chefs and felicitate the achievers in this profession. (Source: Express Photo by Jyotsna Basotia)