It was certainly a fitting farewell to batting legend Sachin Tendulkar.
There was an outpouring of emotions when the moment arrived as a teary-eyed Tendulkar left the playing arena, which he dominated for 24 long years.
Amid standing ovations from his teammates as well as the fans who had thronged the stadium to see the champion for one last time, Tendulkar walked into the sunset of his glittering career.
Starting the day at 43 for three, the West Indies were skittled out for a paltry 187 in their second innings as Pragyan Ojha completed a match-haul of 10 wickets taking his second five-for.
Only seven sessions of play was possible in a Test match in which one of the most respected and celebrated cricketers in the history bid goodbye to the game in front of his home crowd and his family, many of whom watched him for the first time from the stands.
Gauging the emotional atmosphere, skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni, once the play was extended for 15 minutes after the fall of eighth wicket, introduced Tendulkar to roll his arms for a couple of overs amid deafening cheers from the partisan crowd.
He pitched a googly right, bowled a few loopy half volleys which were cheered by one and all. He didn't have much luck like the first Test but it didn't matter as Dhoni replaced Tendulkar with his frontline spinner Ashwin, who got the ninth wicket of the West Indies innings.
Moment after the final West Indies wicket fell, the Indian cricketers converged around the 'Man of the Moment' and handed him a souvenir stump as they came one by one to hug him.
West Indies: 182 and 187 all out in 47 overs (Dinesh Ramdin 53 not out; Pragyan Ojha 5/49, R Ashwin 4/89).
India 1st innings: 495 all out in 108 overs (Cheteshwar Pujara 113, Rohit Sharma not out 111, Sachin Tendulkar 74; Shane Shillingford 5/179)