India 329 (Kohli 97, Rahane 81, Anderson 3-64, Broad 3-72, Woakes 3-75) and 352 for 7 dec (Kohli 103, Pujara 72, Pandya 52*) beat England 161 (Pandya 5-28) and 317 (Buttler 106, Stokes 62, Bumrah 5-85) by 203 runs
Nottingham: India needed less than three overs of the fifth morning to wrap up a massive win over England in the third Test at Trent Bridge.
James Anderson looped Ravichandran Ashwin to slip in front of a handful of spectators after Nottinghamshire reversed their decision to charge a £10 entry fee and allowed free admission.
The home side were 317 all out, giving India victory by 203 runs - only their seventh success in a Test in England.
The visitors also drag their deficit in the series back to 2-1 with two matches remaining. The fourth Test in Southampton begins on 30 August.
It is a fine comeback from Virat Kohli's side, who were steamrollered to lose the second Test by an innings.
But, after losing the toss at Trent Bridge, they batted, caught and used the new ball better than the hosts.
England may be without Jonny Bairstow for the fourth Test after he suffered a broken finger keeping wicket.
They were in danger of another collapse on Tuesday until Jos Buttler and Ben Stokes shared a fifth-wicket partnership of 169 that exhibited all the virtues of patient, careful and responsible Test batting.