India have levelled the best-of-five series with England by recording a 106-run victory in the second Test in Visakhapatnam.
On the defensive ever since Yashasvi Jaiswal's superb century on the opening day, England had performed valiantly to reach the fourth day requiring a further 332 runs to win having reached stumps on Sunday on 67-1.
Ben Stokes's side retained their seemingly-unbreakable spirit throughout Monday, yet they could not withstand India's bowling attack on a deteriorating pitch, as they were bowled out for 292.
The start of the day had the potential to set the tone for England, with night-watchman - or hawk, as referred to by some of the England dressing room - Rehan Ahmed looked to help advance the score.
The onus was on Stokes to add another chapter to his book of miraculous efforts with the bat, but the skipper was run out for 11, England on 220-7 and seemingly on the brink.
Ben Foakes and Tom Hartley were each superb during the afternoon session, chipping in with 36 runs apiece, but Bumrah did for both of them either side of Mukesh Kumar removing Shoaib Bashir for a duck.
Bumrah finished with figures of 3-46, complemented by Ashwin's 3-72, and the two teams will now enjoy a break until a captivating series resumes on February 15 in Rajkot.