Inspired by fans Puneri Paltan release their new identity and logo

Puneri Paltan today released their new identity and logo on their social media handles. 

The new identity is an ode to Maharashtra’s rich culture. The logo takes inspiration from the Rajmudra – symbol of Swarajya, which represents the glory of Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj who vowed for the well-being of his people. The emblem is a lion, that represents the royalty of the king of the jungle.

The prominence of the Tilak (Chandrakor) is a symbol of blessings bestowed upon warriors and the overarching saffron colour is a way of paying homage to Maharashtra’s heritage. It is a statement that states that Puneri Paltan is here to rule the world of Kabaddi. 

 

 

"Puneri Paltan has developed a new identity which resembles with the modern and dynamic Pune, yet is true to our roots. We are an evolving team with the exuberance of the youth which respects and holds close to our hearts the values of our rich culture.”

Kailash Kandpal, CEO Puneri Paltan

 

 Commenting on the occasion, Shraddha Nathani, Head – Marketing, Puneri Paltan said, “Our fans are our valued stakeholders, and this has been a collaborative campaign. We wanted to ensure that the new identity cherishes the warrior spirit and glory. The new identity gives the brand a global contemporary look with a brand story rooted in its origin.”

With a big change announced today and a new brand identity, it begs the question what else will Puneri Paltan change this season.

 



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