India beat England by seven wickets to win the second Test on the fifth and final day at Trent Bridge yesterday and so went 1-0 up in the three-match series.
Resuming on 10 without loss, India needed just a further 63 to achieve their victory target of 73.
India took just 95 minutes on Monday to seal what was only their fifth win in 47 Tests in England, finishing on 73 for three.
India captain Rahul Dravid was 11 not out and Sourav Ganguly two not out on a sunlit day that was ideal for batting, with the winning runs coming when wicket-keeper Matt Prior conceded four byes.
Chris Tremlett took all the wickets to fall on Monday in a spell of three wickets for three runs in 27 balls.
Wasim Jaffer was caught off a top-edged hook by the fast bowler's Hampshire team-mate Kevin Pietersen in the gully for 22.
Jaffer's fellow opener Dinesh Karthik fell for the same score when he was caught behind by Prior.
Sachin Tendulkar went for just one, well caught at backward short leg by Alastair Cook after he fended at a rising ball.
The victory was set up by left-arm quick Zaheer Khan, who led the India attack with a superb display of swing bowling on his way to Test-best match figures of nine for 134.
It had been a good toss for Dravid to win, his bowlers exploiting the helpful conditions to dismiss England for 198.
In reply India piled up 481, a lead of 283, with Tendulkar making 91 as he became only the third batsman in history to score 11,000 Test runs.
Michael Vaughan, England's captain, made the only individual century of the match with 124 when his side batted again before becoming one of Khan's five second innings wickets.
This Test, which followed an opener at Lord's where India clung on for a draw with one wicket standing, was marred by several unpleasant incidents.
India's fast bowler Shanthakumaran Sreesanth was fined 50 percent of his match fee for slamming his shoulder into Vaughan on Monday.
Previously, Khan had been angered by the sight of jelly beans, left by England fielders, littering the crease when he batted on Sunday.
The third and final Test starts at The Oval on Aug. 9 with England needing a win to extend their record of 11 unbeaten series at home since losing the 2001 Ashes.