Virat Kohli, India's tourists, won their first ever Test series in Australia, on Monday, on Monday, praised their world ranking by congratulating and congratulating them.
India had won the series 2-1 after canceling the fourth and final Test due to rain in Sydney, and in 1947-48, Down Under Touring ensured Australia's first win.
"Historical Cricket Achievement in Australia!" Prime Minister Narendra Modi wrote on his official Twitter handle.
"Congratulations on the victory of a series of triumphs and rich series for the Indian cricket team.
"This series featured some memorable performances and hard teamwork. Greetings for the various games ahead."
Batting legend Sachin Tendulkar calls it "a wonderful day for Indian cricket". # Team India has made this series sincere. Boys pride
For the praise of Cheteshwar Pujara, he scored 521 runs in four matches, including a 193 in Sydney, to win the Man of the Series.
"Pujara batting match in his best match. @ Cheteshwar 1 There is a difference between two teams for me. Being able to bat for so long is his understanding and understanding of the game," Tendulkar said. Twitter after Pujara Sidney's deprivation
Paceman Jasprit Boomra, with Australian spinner Nathan Lyon, was the highest wicket taker with 21 wickets, and Kohli insisted that the achievements were due to the team's efforts.
"Be proud to be part of this team, great feeling! This is not just a team, this is a family, from here on and onwards," Kohli said on Twitter.
Former great players VVS Laxman and Virender Sehwag also appreciate the victory, giving credit to every member of the current team.
Laxman said that victory "gives insights to satisfaction and joy", while Sehwag feels "proud" of the team's achievement.
Former captain Sunil Gavaskar claimed that India had won because Australia had been weakened in the absence of suspended Steve Smith and David Warner.
During a post match match hosted by host broadcaster Sony Sick, Gavaskar said, "India has fought the opposition they had played and it is a great achievement for them."