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Images, from top left: 1) Sonal Kantaria c. 2012. Resident was 82 years of age. She has tears in her eyes when she talked about her family. 2) Sonal Kantaria, c. 2012. The residents pass their days in this room. Resident sits in the living room in a line of red armchairs. 3) Sangita Mistry, Hands, 2010. Care home in Leicester for Hindu-Punjabi people.
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