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India have crushed Bangladesh by an innings and 130 runs inside three days, with Mohammed Shami leading the hosts' hostile seam bowling in the opening Test in Indore.
After India declared their first innings on Saturday on their overnight 6-493, the Shami-led pace attack claimed four wickets in the morning session to effectively seal the fate of the match.
Mushfiqur Rahim, who made 64, forged fifty partnerships with Liton Das and Mehidy Hasan Miraz but Bangladesh still could not make India bat again and were all out for 213.
Spinner Ravichandran Ashwin took 3-42 but Shami and his pace partners inflicted telling blows on Bangladesh.
"It's a clinical performance all around," Indian captain Virat Kohli said.
"We were really good with the bat. Playing with five batters with one guy taking responsibility, that's what we want."
Indian opener Mayank Agarwal was named man of the match for his career-best 243.
Earlier, India's massive 343-run first-innings lead convinced Kohli to declare before the start of day three at Indore's Holkar Cricket Stadium.
Kohli wanted his quick bowlers to exploit the early conditions and it proved correct as Bangladesh lost both of their openers within seven overs.
Umesh Yadav induced Imrul Kayes into a drive, only for an inside edge to crash into the leg stump.
In the next over, Ishant Sharma breached the bat-pad gap to send back Shadman Islam. The openers made six each, mirroring their first-innings scores.
Mominul Haque, who made seven, survived a review before falling to one. India challenged an original not-out decision after Shami had rapped the Bangladesh captain on his pad.
Mohammad Mithun hit four boundaries in his 18 but was jolted by a Shami (4-31) bouncer which he pulled tamely to Agarwal at midwicket.
Liton and Mushfiqur briefly resisted India with a 63-run stand. Ashwin took a sharp return catch to send back Liton who made 35 and went on to dismiss Mushfiqur as well.
Bangladesh were bundled out for 150 in the first innings after opting to bat on a green track, a decision that pleased Kohli who wanted his quicks to capitalise on Thursday's morning conditions.
"Definitely ... it was a difficult decision," Mominul said when asked if his choice to bat after winning toss affected the team's performance.
Kolkata hosts the second and final match from November 22 in what will be the first day-night Test for both sides.