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Veth was the custom of servitude imposed upon peasants in the Indian state of Gujarat in the early twentieth century by the officials of the British Raj. Indian peasants would be forced to serve British officers and civilians transport luggage and perform chores for their benefit, without payment. Denial of veth could mean imprisonment or fines. It was eradicated following the efforts of Indian nationalists.
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