It was India's seventh-lowest ODI total and also the lowest total posted by any side on this venue, the previous lowest of 122 was also against the Men in Blue's name.
Struggling at 55/8, Chahal and Kuldeep Yadav shared 25 runs for the ninth wicket to take India close to the 100-run mark before being shot out in 30.5 overs.
Seeing their team's humiliating collapse, Indian fans couldn't help but miss Virat Kohli and MS Dhoni in the playing XI.
However, India are 3-1 up in the five-match series as they won the first three matches to seal the ODI series win in New Zealand. However, five of the top six in the Indian batting order didn't even manage to get into double digits, with their lack of discipline in swinging conditions proving to be their downfall as Trent Boult ripped through the line-up to finish with figures of 5 for 21.
He warned such an attitude could cost the second-ranked ODI team dearly at the World Cup starting in England in May.
India's triple demolition of the Black Caps in their ODI series to date has followed a familiar theme, and it doesn't matter which member of the Black Caps is speaking, you hear the common lament - "India have put us under pressure".
While the performance will not cause India to hit the panic button ahead of the World Cup, there will be a disappointment at how their batsmen fared without superstars Kohli and Dhoni. So yes, I think experience comes in very handy, no question about it. Colin de Grandhomme also bowled 10 consecutive overs of medium pace and swing, taking 3-26 including two wickets in his opening over.
Boult and de Grandhomme tore the heart out of India's middle in a devastating spell that saw the tourists lose five wickets for seven runs.
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"I feel like in Hamilton it always offers something for the bowlers here", he said. The fifth and the final ODI will be played in Wellington on Sunday.