England captain Andrew Strauss made an unbeaten century as Somerset's three-day tour match with India at Taunton ended in a draw.
After making an impressive 78 in the first innings, Strauss finished his guest appearance for the county by going even better second time around - hitting 109 not out including 18 fours and a six.
Somerset declared on 260-2 in their second innings, with Peter Trego contributing to the total by blasting an unbeaten 85 from just 57 balls.
India needed 462 to win but had no hope of reaching it in the few overs that survived the rain at the end of the third day. They safely reached 69-0 at the close of play.
Suresh Raina had earlier smashed 103 not out as the tourists avoided embarrassment by progressing from 138-8 overnight to 224 all out.
But on the whole India were outplayed less than a week before they begin the Test series against England at Lord's.
Somerset decided against enforcing the follow-on, allowing Strauss a second chance of some confidence-boosting runs following his recent poor form.
He displayed some firm pull shots and sweetly-timed drives in a chanceless innings that took him to three figures from 122 deliveries.
First-innings centurion Arul Suppiah scored only 45 second time around and there was disappointment for James Hildreth, the England Lions captain edging Amit Mishra (2-123) to wicketkeeper Wriddhiman Saha for a first-ball duck.
Trego survived Mishra's hat-trick delivery before launching a savage assault that included taking 28 off a single over from the leg-spinner.
He reached fifty as three Mishra overs went for 61 runs but was then denied what looked a certain hundred when Somerset declared at tea.
If India were hoping to salvage something from the game in their second innings, the weather had other ideas as rain twice interrupted their progress before the close.
Zaheer Khan and Sachin Tendulkar were absent from the field throughout Somerset's second innings, but neither were thought to have sustained an injury.