After India won the Adelaide and Melbourne Tests, the fourth and final Test at the SCG ended in a draw as no play was possible on the last day due to continuous downpour.
Opting to bat in the final Test, India took a commanding position as scintillating knocks by Pujara (193) and Pant (159 *) guided the team to a massive 622/7 in their first innings.
India then rode chinaman Kuldeep Yadav's fifer to bundle out the home side for 300 runs and enforce a follow-on.
Pujara was the main force behind India's historic series win as the Saurashtra batsman accumulated 521 runs, averaging 74.43 and in the process slamming three tons.
Jasprit Bumrah turned out to be the most effective bowler for the visitors by bagging 21 wickets in the Border-Gavaskar series, while his partner Shami scalped 16 wickets.