Dhaka: Manav Das completed a wire-to-wire victory despite returning an over-par card and then Anisha Padukone won the women's title as India completed a double in the Bangladesh Amateur Open golf championships, on Saturday.

Das, one of India's most experienced amateurs, overcame some hiccups in the closing stages and carded 74, his first over-par round of the week to win by three shots.

Das, after rounds of 69, 68 and 71 in first three rounds, for a total of six-under 282 that won him the title.

Bangladesh's Mohammed Nazim fired a final round of 72 and ended second while Dulal Hossain shot 69 and climbed to third spot.

Das had two birdies and one bogey on the front nine as he moved to nine-under for the tournament. But on the back nine, he bogeyed the 10th and 16th and then double bogeyed 17th as the gap narrowed to two. But he birdied the 18th to win by three shots.

Defending champion Khalin Joshi (73) ended sixth at five-over 293.

In the women's section, Anisha, who was tied with Millie Saroha for the lead, after the first round on Friday, shot 75 to win by one shot. Millie carded 76 in both rounds for a total of 152, one behind Anisha's 76-75 for 151.

Apart from hosts Bangladesh, golfers from Afghanistan, India, Nepal, Bhutan, Pakistan and Sri Lanka competed in the meet.