England completed a comfortable 2-0 series win over India following an eight-wicket victory in the second NatWest Women's Twenty20 at Chelmsford on Thursday.
Sarah Taylor again led the way as an unbeaten 67, from 48 balls, ensured England reeled in India's 114 all out with 17 balls unused.
India's hopes of posting a competitive total were undone by five run outs and a collapse that saw them lose their final seven wickets for 25 runs.
Harmanpreet Kaur had laid the platform for a bigger score with 34 off 38 balls but when she was bowled by Katherine Brunt (three for 18) the tourists' batting fell apart.
England lost skipper Charlotte Edwards and Laura Marsh, unluckily run out backing up, to be 32 for two but from there Taylor took over.
The 23-year-old, whose 69 set up victory in the opener, found the rope nine times in an unbeaten 85-run stand with Lydia Greenway (30 not out).
Both teams will now prepare for a five-match one-day international series which begins at Lord's on Sunday.