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The Jahangir — Mogul Portrait Graphic Sweatshirt With Urdu Typography

$39.99

This is the sweatshirt edition of The Jahangir, one of our apparel sets celebrating the Moguls — the medieval kings of bling. It features our interpretation of an official portrait of Emperor Jahangir. When he ascended to the Mogul throne in 1605, Prince Salim was given the title “Jahangir,” meaning “World Conquerer.” His empire stretched from contemporary Bangladesh all the way to Afghanistan, including northern India, most of Pakistan, and Kashmir. Jahangir may have not actually conquered the world. But he sure did act like it.  And you can too as you don this fabulous sweatshirt, whose upper text boldly pronounces your “Mogul” status. The bottom of the medium-heavyweight sweatshirt features Jahangir’s name in beautiful Urdu script. The same design is also available as a hoodie and a t-shirt.

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This is the sweatshirt edition of The Jahangir, one of our apparel sets celebrating the Moguls — the medieval kings of bling.

It features our interpretation of an official portrait of Emperor Jahangir.

When he ascended to the Mogul throne in 1605, Prince Salim was given the title “Jahangir,” meaning “World Conquerer.” His empire stretched from contemporary Bangladesh all the way to Afghanistan, including northern India, most of Pakistan, and Kashmir.

Jahangir may have not actually conquered the world. But he sure did act like it.  And you can too as you don this fabulous sweatshirt, whose upper text boldly pronounces your “Mogul” status. The bottom of the medium-heavyweight sweatshirt features Jahangir’s name in beautiful Urdu script.

The same design is also available as a hoodie and a t-shirt.

  • 80% combed ringspun cotton, 20% polyester
  • Medium-heavy fabric (8.2 oz /yd² (280 g/m²))
  • Regular fit
  • Runs true to size

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