Fast bowler Ravi Rampaul got West Indies off to a wicket-taking start by removing the in-form Rohit Sharma for just four. (BCCI)
West Indies opener Kieran Powell, replacing the injured Chris Gayle for the last two one-dayers, struck his second consecutive half-century with a knock of 70 runs.
Marlon Samuels scored 71 runs but couldn't carry through to the end of the West Indies innings.
Darren Bravo (51*) and Darren Sammy (37*) provided the final flourish to take West Indies to 263 for 5 in 50 overs.
Yuvraj Singh and Shikhar Dhawan added 129 runs for the third wicket to set up India's chase. (BCCI)
Yuvraj Singh (55) returned to form with his 51st half-century and set himself up for the tour of South Africa. (BCCI)
Shikhar Dhawan continued his dream run in 2013 with his fifth ODI century that came up in just 73 balls. (BCCI)
The members of the Indian team pose with the trophy after winning the third and deciding ODI against West Indies. (BCCI)
Marlon Samuels (71) and Kieran Powell (70) added 117 runs for the second wicket.
R Ashwin dismissed the well-set Kieran Powell (70) and Marlon Samuels (71) in quick succession to end with figures of 2 for 45.
Going into the match on November 27, batsman Suresh Raina celebrated his 27th birthday.