India have claimed arguably one of their greatest ever series wins defeating Australia in the final Test at the Gabba.
India chased down the total of 327 in the fourth innings with three wickets to spare inside the final 10-minutes of the day's play.
Rishabh Pant remained 89 not out to guide the visitors to a thrilling 2-1 series victory.
Shubman Gill earlier in the day top scored with 91 while Cheteswar Pujara also contributed with 56.
Pat Cummins was named man of the series after claiming 21 wickets.
Skipper Tim Paine said his side were left to rue missed opportunities.
"Even if you went right back to Adelaide, if it was with bat, ball or field, every time we had a chance to go ahead of the game we let it slip," Paine said.
"It happened a little bit in Sydney with our fielding, and then yesterday a bit with our batting, we continually lost wickets when we were trying to put the foot down and couldn't quite get a partnership together. I thought every time India needed to do that or needed a wicket, someone managed to do it for them. I think they won the key moments."