Australia won in Perth. Special mention to Pujara, he's been outstanding in the series, especially after his last time out in Australia.
Virat Kohli the winning captain: "Firstly, I want to say I've never been more proud of being part of a team, than this one right here". They make the captain look good. By far this is my best achievement. It's at the top of the pile. "The series win will give us a different identity".
Light rain prevented play from starting on time at the Sydney Cricket Ground Sunday with Australia struggling on 236 for six in the fourth and final Test against India.
Australia then suffered the indignity of being forced to follow on at home for the first time in 30 years as Kohli twisted the knife.
While this is a historically weak Australian team, India still did what no Indian team before them had achieved in 72 years.
And us? We'll know more after the upcoming two-Test series against Sri Lanka, which for the record is the fifth versus sixth battle on current Test rankings. "As a batsman, I was just getting used to the pace and bounce, and apart from that, playing in South Africa and England has helped me improve my technique", said Pujara.
He added that there were "no illusions" about his team's shortcomings, particularly their batting.
Rahane had to work considerably harder for the catch that dismissed Labuschagne for 38 off the bowling of Mohammed Shami, diving low to his left to grab the ball with both hands. Cricket's a amusing game and it can turn very quickly.
GETTY IMAGESJasprit Bumrah of India celebrates dismissing Peter Handscomb of Australia as the hosts plunged towards a big deficit on day four
India declared their first innings on 622 for seven.
"I would like to play white-ball cricket but Test cricket will always be my priority".
Asked about his tremendous form in the Test series, Pujara said, "I am really pleased with my contribution".
The tourists, led by magnificent series from batting rock Cheteshwar Pujara and superb slinger Jasprit Bumrah, achieved it in clinical fashion to expose the enormous void left by Steve Smith and David Warner's suspensions and raise questions about the potency of Australia's attack.
India came here late past year as the world's top-ranked Test nation. He's one guy willing to accept things, he works on his game, he's the nicest man around, and we feel happy for him.
"We said that to be successful in Australia, we need to make sure that we need to take the cut and the pull out of the Australian batsmen and then focus the attack on our strengths, so that's exactly what we did". Obviously got some talent who aren't playing.
England were the last team to force Australia to follow-on at home in the drawn 1988 Sydney Test, a result the hosts are unlikely to repeat unless the weather intervenes decisively.More news: Ellen DeGeneres Faces Backlash For Defending Kevin Hart As Oscars Host