0 India Women's tally of wins by an innings before this one. India had asked their opposition to follow-on in their last two wins too, but had to bat again. Overall, this was India's fifth win in 36 Tests, and only their second at home.
275 Runs added by Kamini and Poonam for the second wicket, the second-highest for any wicket after Australia's Lindsay Reeler and Denise Annetts added 309 for the third wicket against England in 1987. This was only the third 250-plus partnership in Tests and for India, it was their first 200-run partnership for any wicket, beating the 157-run stand between Goswami and Raj in Taunton in 2002.
3 Number of consecutive Tests won by India with this victory. They are only the second team to achieve this in Women's Tests after Australia, who have performed the hat-trick on three different occasions.
3 Instances that India have asked the opposition to follow-on, out of the 18 times they have batted first in Tests. The last such instance was in the Tauton Test in 2006, which was also the last time India batted after winning the toss.
2 Centuries in India's first innings. Thirush Kamini made 192 and Poonam Raut scored 130, which was the first time more than one batsman from India got tons in the same innings. There have been nine instances of two or more batsmen scoring centuries in an innings in Women Tests, but this was the first time that two batsmen from a team other than Australia or England managed to do so.
192 Runs scored by Kamini in the first innings, which is the second-highest for an Indian and only their third 150-plus score. Mithali Raj's 214 in Taunton in 2002 is the highest by an Indian. Click here for a list of centuries by India. Kamini's 192 is also the second-best score by an opener and the highest by one from India, beating Sandhya Agarwal's 190 against England in 1986. Pakistan's Kiran Baluch's 242 against West Indies - which is also the highest score in Women's Tests - is the highest by an opener.
430 Balls taken for Kamini to make her 192, the fourth-longest innings in terms of balls faced in Women's Tests. It is the longest by an Indian, beating the 407 that Mithali Raj played against England in Taunton in 2002. England's Janette Brittin faced 490 balls for her 146 against Australia in 1998, which are the most faced by a batsman in Women's Tests.
9-85 Bowling figures for Harmanpreet Kaur in this Test, the second-best in a match for India after the 10 for 78 taken by Jhulan Goswami in Taunton in 2006. Harmanpreet's 5 for 44 in South Africa's first innings is the 14th five-wicket haul by an Indian bowler in Women's Tests.
25 Boundaries hit by Kamini, the joint third-highest by a batsman in an innings. Baluch hit 38 fours in her 242 and holds the record.
102 Runs made by South Africa captain Mignon du Preez in their first innings, which was only the third instance of a South Africa batsman scoring a century in Tests. The last one by a South Africa batsman came in 1972, when Brenda Williams made 100 against New Zealand in Johannesburg.