Chota Nagpur

/ (ˈtʃəʊtə ˈnɑːɡpʊə) /

noun

a plateau in E India, mainly in Jharkhand state since 2000: forested, with rich mineral resources and much heavy industry; produces chiefly lac (world's leading supplier), coal (half India's total output), and mica

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  • Chota-Nagpur alone has another 102,000 and the number could be doubled if twenty new missionaries were on the spot.

    The Jesuits, 1534-1921|Thomas J. Campbell
  • In a district of Chota-Nagpur other than that in which Lievens labored, the conversions are still more pronounced.

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