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GHR Hyderabad 2016 Run T-shirt

For 2016, we made a conscious decision to design all our run T-shirts in bold colors. Hampi had a Red-Brown-Orange color palette, Warangal had red with hints of yellow, white and blue,  Ooty had Forest Green – and now Hyderabad has a deep shade of blue. Please note that the design below is a representation only – all GHR t-shirts are technical t-shirts made of quick dry material.
GHR Hyderabad Run Tshirt

The rulers of the Qutb Shahi dynasty (1512-1687) can take credit for many of Hyderabad’s iconic heritage structures – the Charminar, Golconda Fort, Taramati Baradari and of course the Qutb Shahi Tombs. Early rulers of the dynasty appreciated Persian language, culture and architecture and that influence can be observed in the many buildings and monuments they left behind. That influence can also be seen in our run T-shirt; the geometric floral patterns are inspired by Qutb Shahi architectural elements, specifically Persian windows. Look even closer and you’ll see a silhouette of a runner at the center of the patterns too.

Persian windows are the basis of the pattern used in the t-shirt design

Want to purchase this Hyderabad t-shirt? Buy this t-shirt and more, at our store – link!

5 thoughts on “GHR Hyderabad 2016 Run T-shirt

  • Hi, I have registered for the run, but have forgot to select the T-Shirt.
    How can i order one?

    • Go Heritage Run

      Hello Ankur,
      Please complete payment here – http://imojo.in/44e6tp, we will add the tshirt to your registration so you can pick it up along with your bib.

  • Can you also please post finisher medal image? i really want see that

  • Do you have on spot registration as website registration closed ?

  • Suresh Vemulapalli

    I am trying to register, but understand the registration is closed.

    Is there any possibility that I can register.




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