Hands-on learning

Ganesha building blocks set

By Indic Bricks from MakersLoft

Indic Bricks by MakersLoft proud to bring, for the first time, an Indian God idol as a DIY building
blocks set for children and adults. 

An ideal gift for Diwali or other auspicious occasions. Decorative showpiece for home or office.

  • For ages: 8+ years
  • Difficulty level: Moderate
  • No. of pieces: 484 parts. 100% Lego compatible.
  • Instructions Booklet: Included
  • Estimated Building time: 3-5 hours
  • Technical Support:   If you are stuck somewhere during the build and need help, contact us at +91-6290126203 / +91-8335075374 and we will connect you with one of our Brick Experts
Order your Ganesha today for Rs 2499 only

Free shipping across India. For deliveries outside India shipping charges apply.

We are shipping worldwide!
Pay by PayPal, Zelle (US), or Indian Bank Transfer. 
Approximate shipping rate below. If your country is not mentioned in the list below, please contact us on +91-6290162203 to get an estimate of shipping charges

Country Approximate Time Taken  EMS Speed Post Charges
 USA, Canada By Air 7-10 days INR 2300
 UK By Air 7-10 days INR 2200
 UAE By Air 7-10 days INR 1500
 Singapore By Air 7-10 days INR 1500

Special Diwali offer!

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Free light bricks for orders placed before Diwali November 4. Hurry order today.

100% compatible with major brand bricks


Pratik & Anay (father-son), Nagpur

"We loved building the Ganapati and will always be a treasure in our collection . The build is really awesome. Love the intricate details, the curves and the crown. Building instructions are flawless. Ganpati Bappa Morya!"

Dr Vishnu Manohar, Tamil Nadu

"The build is so convenient, bricks quality is great and instructions very easy to follow. The price feels just right! Great job and totally worth the price for pieces variety and unique parts. I am going to display in in my clinic. I am very sure my customers and friends will want to buy when they see it!"

Ayush, 8 year old, Pune

"Ganesha is my favorite God. I love playing with LEGO bricks since I was 5 years old. I like building cars and rockets using bricks.

The idea of building an Indian God using bricks was wonderful. I was very excited when I saw all the pieces when I opened the box. The finished Idol was very nice and realistic. The best moments during the build was when I built the head and legs as I learnt some new ways to connect bricks. I loved the idol so much that have kept it in my bedroom shelf. 

I hope Indic Bricks brings many such Gods, temples, monuments and Indian Heritage sets."

Gunjan Mohanka, Bangalore

"Having spent years in an ideas business (advertising) I can only say Indic Bricks is a lovely idea if their first product is anything to go by. More so since it has come at a time when parents want to tell their children our stories like never before. Imagine telling your child the story of Ganesh''s birth, how he spoilt showoff Kuber's party etc while your child is building him with bricks n blocks. Amazing! 

I look forward to many more such ideas from Indic Bricks.  Bhagwans n mandirs, raths n kailas, n more."

Indic Bricks™ is our inspiration to celebrate Indian culture and its rich heritage through Do-it-Yourself building blocks. Our objective is to make it fun and interesting for children and adults to engage in India's rich heritage, diversity, architecture, culture, customs, symbols and knowledge systems. 

Indic Bricks is an initiative of MakersLoft, a leader in hands-on learning for children of ages 4-15 years. Founded in 2015, Makers Loft has trained over 16,500 children in Robotics, 3D Printing, Coding and building blocks based programs. We conduct programs in schools, activity centres and online.

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About Ganesha

Ganesha, the son of Parvati and Shiva, is one of the best-known and most worshipped Hindu deities. He is widely revered as the remover of obstacles, the patron of arts and sciences, deva of intellect and wisdom. Considered as God of beginnings, he is honoured at the start of rites and ceremonies.

Ganesha is potbellied and generally depicted holding ladoos in his hand, of which he is very fond. His vahana (vehicle) is the large Indian bandicoot rat.  

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