Four men scored centuries by it was Virat Kohli and Shikhar Dhawan whose 100s went towards a winning cause as they helped India win by 6 wickets and level the series 2-2.
Rain washing out two matches in the series meant that the series that was seen as a fight for the No1 ODI ranking ended with India managing to cling on to the top spot as Australia would be unable to win the series 6-1.
Shane Watson scored 102 as George Bailey hammered 156 off 114 balls to power Australia to 350. The run chase for India seemed identical to the Rajasthan huge score chase as the Indian batsmen came good yet again.
Virat Kohli added to his great record as he has scored 11 centuries while chasing and India has won all 11 matches. The Delhi lad was handed the man of the match cheque for his blistering performance by Indian boxing Olympic bronze medallist Mary Kom.
Kohli added the record of becoming the first batsman to hit five or more consecutive 50s twice in ODIs to his laurels which helped him lead India one step away from a series win.
Rohit Sharma scored a handy 79 as MS Dhoni chipped in towards the end with a clinical 25 not out.
All eyes will be on the seventh and final ODI in Bangalore with the series squared as India look like they are back with a bang in the series.