Ajinkya Rahane contributed 41 runs.
India recorded their biggest winning margin in Test cricket after hammering Windies by an innings and 272 runs in Rajkot, with left-arm spinner Kuldeep Yadav claiming his maiden Test five-wicket haul.
Darren Bravo got his first call-up to the Windies cricket team across all formats in almost two years while Kieron Pollard is set for his Windies appearance in a year as the two of them will feature in the T20I squad for the series against India.Chris Gayle will not be available for selection for the India and Bangladesh tours, Cricket Windies (CWI) said in a release, as he is now part of the Afghanistan Premier League and will then play in the T10 league.However, the explosive top-order batsman is available for the England tour in 2019 as well as the ICC World Cup.
Batsman Evin Lewis, who'd turned down a central white-ball contract last week, features in both squads.
Jadeja hit exactly 100 not out while wicketkeeper Rishabh Pant missed out on three figures with 92, as West Indies bowlers toiled without much success on a chastening day at the Saurashtra Cricket Association Stadium.
India's victory eclipses the innings-and-262-run thrashing they dished out to Afghanistan in Bengaluru in June and knocks their innings-and-239-run rout of Sri Lanka in Nagpur in November 2017 down into third place. The West Indies will have to lift themselves to put up a better performance after being thoroughly outplayed in Rajkot.
"We can not compare this with series [defeat] in England". Guys understand how to play in these conditions and they were clinical.
West Indies opener Kraigg Brathwaite walks away after he was bowled by Mohammed Shami on the second day of the opening Test. "I am sure they will want to rectify their errors".
India enforced the follow on in the second innings to West Indies and the travelling team once again failed to give a proper challenge.
The 23-year-old Kuldeep then rattled the West Indies' top and middle order including big wickets of Powell, Sunil Ambris for nought and Roston Chase, who had top-scored for West Indies in the first innings with his gritty 53.
Umesh Yadav ended the resistance when Paul fended off a bouncer in the 39th for a simple catch to mid-wicket.
Chase, batting at number six, then attempted to halt the slide in a 25-run, sixth wicket stand with wicketkeeper Shane Dowrich (10) - the best stand of the innings so far. Chase and Sherman Lewis (0) fell in the space of four balls in the 44th over.
At lunch, West Indies was 33-1.
The opener Kieran Powell was the only batsman to make a significant second-innings contribution, with 83 off 93 balls including eight boundaries and four sixes.