World youth champion Sachin Siwach (49kg) pocketed the silver medal after going down in the final of the Asian Youth Boxing Championship in Bangkok on Friday.
India thus finished the tournament with a silver and five bronze medals, gold eluding the country for a second successive edition.
Sachin lost the bout to Uzbekistan's Samandar Kholmurodov in a unanimous 5-0 verdict.
Earlier, Ankit Kumar (60kg), Naveen Boora (69kg), Harshpreet Sahrawat (+91kg), Mohammed Etash Khan (56kg) and Sachin (75kg) had lost in the semi-finals to settle for bronze medals.
The 17-year-old Sachin had the height advantage against Kholmurodov but was taken by surprise by the lightening pace at which his rival came at him.
Sachin did stage a recovery in the third round, connecting his jabs better but that could not tilt the overall verdict in his favour.
The tournament featured 120 boxers from 23 countries.
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