The West Indies put up a strong fightback in their second innings with Darren Bravo (136) slamming a superb century but that turned out to be not enough as Indian bowlers grabbed six wickets in the post-lunch session to wrap up the match on the fourth day at the Eden Gardens.
The match ended with more than four sessions to spare, just like in the first Test in New Delhi where India beat the visitors by five wickets.
The two sides now travel to Mumbai for the third Test which begins on November 22.
In Image: India's Sachin Tendulkar, second right, and captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni, right, lead the team after their win over West Indies on the fourth day of their second test
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