Left-arm spinner Pragya Ojha was the best bowler for India, taking four wickets to add to his fifer in the first innings. While tweakers Ojha and Ravichandran Ashwin did maximum damage in dismissing England for 191 in the first innings, the visitors managed to defy the Indians in their second knock.
The seeds of the victory were sown by India's big first-innings score of 521 for eight declared after winning the toss on a flat wicket at the Sardar Patel Stadium at Motera. Pujara batted flawlessly for an unbeaten 206, his maiden Test double-hundred, while Virender Sehwag silenced his critics with a cracking 117, his first three-figure score since November 2010.
In Image: India's Pragyan Ojha celebrates England's Alastair Cook wicket