Batting let the Indian women's cricket team down as they were defeated by 29 runs via Duckworth-Lewis calculations in the rain-truncated fifth and final One-dayer against England.
They defeat at Wormsley, England, saw them lose the series 2-3.
After restricting India to a mere 152 for eight in 50 overs, the English were at a comfortable 124 for four in 36 overs when rain forced an end to the proceedings.
The Duckworth-Lewis calculations placed the hosts winners by 29 runs when the match was stopped.
England chose to bowl after winning toss and dealt early blows, reducing India to 2 for 3. Harmanpreet Kaur then did the rescue act with a well-crafted 40-run knock, which was the highest individual score by an Indian in the match.
Lower-order cameos got the Indians to 152 for 8, but it was never going to be enough.
For England, the wreckers-in-chief were Georgia Elwiss and Katherine Brunt, who shared five wickets conceding only 36 runs in their 20 overs.
Elwiss, who claimed six wickets in the series, was named player of the series.
India got an early wicket when Jhulan Goswami removed host captain Charlotte Edwards (7), but the rest of the English batting ensured that the chase was not much of a hassle.
Sarah Taylor knocked off 21 at more than a run-a-ball, while Lydia Greenway top-scored with an unbeaten 37.
India: 152 for 8 in 50 overs (Kaur 40, Elwiss 3-17)
England: 124 for 4 in 36 overs (Greenway 37 not out).