Shubman Gill was impressive during the Australia tour, with a highest of 91 and another half-century to total 259 in the four-match Test series that an injury-ravaged India won 2-1.
Cheteshwar Pujara was big wicket for me once Virat Kohli returned home from Australia, says Pat Cummins
Cummins, who was Australia's vice-captain for the four-match Test series, said Pujara turned out to be the deciding factor with his rock-solid performances with the bat.
'It was truly a remarkable victory': Kane Williamson hails injury-ravaged India's heroic triumph in Australia
The cricket fraternity took note of India's achievement in Australia and Williamson, a giant of the game, was no exception.
T Natarajan 'elated, ecstatic' after receiving hero's welcome in hometown following success Down Under
To receive the pacer who recently made a successful debut across formats during the tour of Australia, thousands of people crowded on the roads of Sinappampatti village in Tamil Nadu's Salem district.
Cricket Australia defends Tim Paine, says commentary on his future as Test skipper 'wide of the mark'
Though Paine did well with the bat, his captaincy and his performance behind the stumps attracted criticism in the wake of a heartbreaking 1-2 defeat against India in the four-match Test series.
R Ashwin reveals Indian players were not allowed to enter the lift with Australians during Sydney Test
The seasoned spinner made the revelation during a YouTube video chat with India's fielding coach R Sridhar.
The 23-year-old's hard work paid dividends as he finished the four-match Test series as the third highest scorer with 274 runs from three matches.
Ajinkya Rahane says Melbourne century was 'really crucial' to India's victorious Test campaign in Australia
Rahane said he didn't quite realise the value of his Melbourne effort that eventually became a building block for India's 2-1 series win against Australia.
Besides his 146-ball 91 at in the second innings at Gabba, Gill also had another half-century and looked comfortable in almost all his outings.
T Natarajan says says he did not expect debut during Australia-India ODIs, admits he was under pressure
The left-arm pacer made his Test debut in the fourth and final match at Gabba which India won to seal a historic series win against Australia. Natarajan took three wickets in the match.
Washington Sundar says he looks up to India coach Ravi Shastri for inspiration, adds it would be a ‘blessing’ to open in Tests
The 21-year-old Washington was a specialist top-order batsman during his India U-19 days but then honed his off-spin to such an extent that he is now an automatic choice in India's T20 team.
India vs Australia: Ravindra Jadeja reveals he was prepared to bat for '10-15 overs' with broken thumb at Sydney
Jadeja had sustained a thumb injury while batting in the first innings of the Sydney Test and was eventually ruled out for six weeks, leading to him getting ruled out of the England Test series.
After the crushing defeat in the first Test at Adelaide, India fought back to win the second Test at Melbourne with Rahane leading from the front with a classic century.
Watch: Ravichandran Ashwin and R Sridhar reveal stories from India's epic Test series win in Australia
Ravichandran Ashwin and R Sridhar's video conversations provide insights into India's epic comeback in Australia.
'Ajinkya bhaiya asked me If could bowl': Navdeep Saini opens up on how he combatted groin pain to bowl in Brisbane Test
Navdeep Saini said he risked aggravating his injury by bowling in the second innings of the Brisbane Test but given what was at stake, "it was a no brainer".
Speaking to media in an online press conference, Arun said the ploy to strangle the Australians was Shastri's brainchild.
Abbas, fondly called 'Asian Bradman' for his high-scoring feats, also noted that India's triumph in Australia was all the more praiseworthy because it came in the absence of their regular captain Virat Kohli and many senior players, who were sidelined with injuries.
Siraj turned out to be one of the architects of India's success and successfully stepped into the shoes of his senior pace colleagues after making his debut in the series-turning second Test in Melbourne.
India vs Australia: I can be called a bowling all-rounder, have the ability to bat, says Shardul Thakur
Thakur snared seven wickets and was India's top scorer in the first innings, striking 67 while batting at No 8. He, along with Washington Sundar, pulled the team out of trouble by conjuring a crucial 123-run stand. The partnership eventually played a key role in the team's three-wicket win.
Ashwin and Washington are also a part of the Indian squad named for the first two Tests against England in Chennai, beginning on 5 February.