New Zealand completed their first series win in the World Test Championship while this was India's first loss in the inaugural tournament
Sixteen wickets fell for 262 runs as India dismissed New Zealand for 235, to take a seven-run lead, and were then 90 for six at stumps
New Zealand, who won the crucial toss with an inviting green pitch on offer, were 63 without loss at stumps after rolling India for 242.
"Some people might want it to be the end of the world but it's not. For us it's a game of cricket we lost and we move on"
India, faced with a 183 run first-innings deficit, were 144 for four at the close, still 39 in arrears after rollicking innings by Boult and Jamieson
The marquee New Zealand pair both fell short of substantial innings by their standards, with captain Williamson out for 89 and Taylor gone for 44.
India were struggling at 122 for five when rain swept in at tea to wash out the final session
Neil Wagner will not be joining the squad in Wellington ahead of the first Test as he and his wife Lana await the birth of their first child. Wagner w
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