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One of Delhi's landmarks is the Lotus Temple, a Baha'i place of worship that symbolises peace amongst all faiths. Its design is inspired by the lotus, a common motif amongst Hinduism, Buddhism, Jainism and Islam. Our Lotus Temple Wooden Stacker which is part of the 'Indian Monuments' series, is a tribute to this serene building. Get one today for your budding architects to help build their own miniature version of the Lotus Temple, right at home!

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1: 9 pieces handmade using 100% all-natural mango wood in shades of light and dark blue. No MDF. No plywood.

2: Naturally stained using water-based colours.

3: Bevelled edges to that there are no splinters or sharp sides.

4: The grain of the wood shows through the colour which is intentional and shows the hand-made nature of the product.


26cm x 16.5cm x 2.5cm


1: Problem Solving:
This stacker comes with a reference card that details out how the finished model might look like. Recreating a miniature Lotus Temple encourages focus and helps develop problem-solving skills in children.

2: Sparks imagination through open-play:
Although this stacker has a specific end outcome (the creation of a miniature monument), children can also use the stacker pieces however they please - creating towers, or bridges - letting their imagination run riot!

3: Social Skills:
Let your child play with this stacker along with a friend, sibling or a parent. Because when many hands, and minds work together, it'll go a long way in developing social and collaborative skills.

4: Learn about Indian monuments:
Our 'Indian Monuments' series of wooden stackers is a great opportunity for children to learn more about the wondrous monuments of our great nation. Use them as starting points to help your little ones develop a love for Indian architecture


Gently wipe with a damp cloth (avoid excessive rubbing) to remove dirt or food stains and air dry.
Avoid exposure to direct sunlight, water and heat.

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