With women boxers scooping all the three gold medals on offer and the judokas also bagging two gold and two silver on the last day of the Games, India's final tally came to 188 gold, 99 silver and 30 bronze medals.

It was a massive jump in medal count for the Indians, who had won 175, including 90 gold, in the previous edition of the Games in 2010.

At the distant second spot were Sri Lanka with a haul of 186 medals (25 silver, 63 silver and 98 bronze). Pakistan held on to the third spot with a final count of 106 medals (12 gold, 37 silver and 57 bronze).

In pics: Closing ceremony of South Asian Games in Guwahati

On the final day of competitions, action was restricted to this hill town where women boxers and judokas fought their summit bouts.
First off the blocks were pugilists, who ensured that India scored a 'Perfect 10' in boxing. After the men had scooped all the seven gold medals on offer on Monday, the women made a clean sweep yesterday.
London Olympics bronze-medallist M C Mary Kom (51kg), former world champion L Sarita Devi (60kg) and Asian Games bronze winner Pooja Rani (75kg) picked up the top honours in their respective categories.

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