younger, junior; small or unimportant
The servant, bringing up the chota hazri, made a noise at the foot of the stairs.
A Hindu comes with a cup of coffee, some toast, and six mangosteens on a tray, and asks: "Will master have his chota hazri here?"
Manbhum district forms the first step of a gradual descent from the table-land of chota Nagpur to the delta of lower Bengal.
I had chota hazree with Charlie, and we sat chatting till 7, when the H——'s carriage came for me again.
To the south it has overflowed into the northern half of chota Nagpur.
The distress was most acute in the densely populated districts of northern Behar, and in the remote hills of chota Nagpur.
We left the Mannerings' house together, laughing and talking, and cantered along the chota Simla road as of old.
We meet at chota hazree, and, after dressing, breakfast at 10.
It was somewhat startling to have a snake drop from the thatched roof on to ones plate at chota haziri.
I am convinced the old man thought that the coming of the chota Lord Sahib to his house was the cause of my new politeness.