India wrapped up an innings victory over South Africa after overcoming more lower-order resistance from Vernon Philander and Keshav Maharaj in Pune.
The Proteas began day four following on 326 behind India's 601 for five declared, and they were soon in deep trouble as they reached lunch 74 for four - Ravi Ashwin with two wickets as only Dean Elgar (48) contributed with the bat.
Quinton De Kock went straight after lunch and though Temba Bavuma made 38, the tourists crashed to 129 for seven before Philander and Maharaj, who scored 44 and 72 in a first-innings stand of 109 for the ninth wicket, came together once more.
This time they added 56 for the eighth but when Philander was caught behind down the leg side off Umesh Yadav for 37, the last three wickets fell in eight ball with Maharaj last out for 22.
Yadav took three for 22 and Ravindra Jadeja three for 52 as India won by an innings and 137 runs to take an unassailable 2-0 lead in the three-match series.