FREEDOM WALK,created to mark "150 years of Indians in South Africa," by Hyderabadi artist Aziz. The composition vividly depicts Mahatma Gandhi, striding forward, his message being taken into the future by Bhavishya. Following Gandhiji are present and past leaders of Indian and South African freedom movements such as Nelson Mandela, former Prime Ministers Jawaharlal Nehru and Indira Gandhi, and “Frontier Gandhi,” Khan Abdul Ghaffar Khan and Subhash Chandar Bose.
Hyderabadi artist Aziz (on the right) presents, "Freedom Walk" to the Indian High Commissioner His Excellency Shri Virendra Guptaji in Pretoria, South Africa on September 20, 2010.
The Honorable President of India Smt. Pratibha Patil was presented with a replica of Freedom Walk on canvas by Sarwat Hussain and Vidya Bhandarker-both Hyderabadis currently in South Africa and organizers of the Cultural Bridge a grass-roots reconnection effort to mark "150 years of Indians in South Africa," on December 29, 2010
Taco Kamstra and Marku Kamstra both South Africans with another Aziz composition depicting Hyderabadi Horizons exhibited at thet Arts Pretoria Association on Mackie Street, Pretoria South Africa, September 5-16, 2010, hosted by the South African National Association for the Visual Arts (SANAVA)
The Golconda Fort , Hyderabad, India site of the first diamond market in the world, an Aziz recreation in his signature relief style, currently in Pretoria, South Africa
Amita Makan, South African Indian Artist, Pieter van Heerdan curator of exhibition in Hyderabd and South Africa, Hyderabadi artists Aziz and Devullapalli Hanumantha Rao around an Aziz calligraphy at the Arts Pretoria Association, Mackie Street, Pretoria, South Africa September 5-16, 2010