Bring home good luck and prosperity
Ganesha building blocks set
Indic Bricks by MakersLoft proud to bring, for the first time, an Indian deity as a DIY building
blocks set for children and adults. An ideal gift for Diwali or other auspicious occasions.
- 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
A Ganesha mini-figure. Lord Ganesha is a Hindu god of beginnings, who is traditionally worshipped before any major enterprise and is the patron of intellectuals, bankers, scribes, and authors.
A Kathakali dancer made using Lego Technic and Mindstorms parts. Kathakali is a major form of classical Indian dance. It is a "story play" genre of art, but one distinguished by the elaborately colorful make-up, costumes and face masks that the traditionally male actor-dancers wear. Kathakali is a Hindu performance art in the Malayalam-speaking southwestern region of Kerala.
A robotic Ganesha model made using Lego Technic and Mindstorms parts. Lord Ganesha is a Hindu god of beginnings, who is traditionally worshipped before any major enterprise and is the patron of intellectuals, bankers, scribes, and authors. Video coming shortly!
Please contact us at email@example.com if you would like to purchase this model.
Mathematics in Ancient Architecture
Lego Spiral Stairs
Advanced scientific and mathematical concepts like fractals were applied in architecture of temples, palaces, water structures, town planning and even street designing. INDIC BRICKS hopes to bring some of these to you in a form that children can explore.
representation of log spiral equivalent to helical well geometry. It exhibits fractal in the form of spirals. It indirectly suggests the type of fractals that once originates from zero and then expands to infinity in the form of a spiral.
Fractals in Nature
A nautilus shell serves to illustrate the simple, repetitive process that creates a spiral. The organism keeps expanding its home by adding sections to its shell. Each section is a little bigger than the one before, and a little bit rotated.
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The story behind Indic Bricks
What is Heritage?
Heritage is a cultural legacy or tradition passed on within a community from one generation to another. Heritage includes traditions, monuments, objects, and culture.
Historic buildings, gardens, secular and religious buildings, streets and towns help us understand how people in earlier times lived and interacted with each other. These need to be protected as landmarks of our historic environment.
Our interaction with the natural environment—lakes, hills, trees, animals, birds—is central to the way we look at life. All our cultural expressions —art, folklore, religion and customs— stem from this core. A respect for our local environment ultimately leads to a deeper understanding of our own culture and that of others
Traditions of crafts and performing arts, culinary and medical knowledge, folktales and rituals are all part of a heritage that continues to be practiced. It is handed down from one generation to the next, maintaining the thread of a continuous tradition
Indian theme projects by students
Indian Wedding Rituals
Made by children on age 4-15 years from across India, for Lego Contest organized by MakersLoft
Indian Jewellery Showcase
Made by children on age 4-15 years for Lego Contest organized by MakersLoft
The Ratha Yatra Festival by Chittesh (5 Years) from Rourkela. It is a Hindu festival associated with Lord Jagannath. It’s derived from two Sanskrit worlds Ratha means chariot and Yatra which means journey or pilgrimage. Ratha yatra is a journey in a chariot accompanied by the public. It is world famous & one of the oldest Hindu festivals celebrated in Puri, Odisha (India) and other parts India & World.
Lord Shiva made in Lego by 9 year old Sai Akshat Chakka from Hyderabad. The model features a crescent moon on the head, holy ganga river flowing from the hair, serpent around the neck, third eye on the forehead and his weapon - the trishul, Lingam, Nandi
Miniature Taj Mahalby Tanaya Deshpande (5 yrs) from Bangalore