Natarajan made his international debut in the third ODI against Australia on December 2 in Canberra, which India won by 13 runs.
Rishabh Pant played two Tests against Australia where he scored a 97 at Sydney to ensure a draw before an unbeaten 89 at Brisbane that led India to a historic series-clinching win.
India's memorable win had ensured that they topple Australia in the ICC Test Team Rankings to claim the second spot.
Cheteshwar Pujara stood like a rock through the series against Australia, quite literally in the final Test in Brisbane, where he took multiple blows on the body.
Ajinkya Rahane received a hero's welcome upon his return to Mumbai and could be seen refusing to cut the cake in visuals from the celebration.
Hanuma Vihari put on a brilliant fight as he played 161 balls and formed a brilliant partnership with Ravichandran Ashwin to deny Australia a win in the third Test.
The Indian spinner reflected on those achievements and spoke about what's next to select media on Sunday. Excerpts
Shubman Gill spoke about how he was scared of facing a particular fast bowler at the academy and how he overcame his fears.
The 29-year-old Natarajan became the only Indian player to make a debut in all three formats in the same tour.
21-year-old Washington Sundar was a specialist top-order batsman during his India U-19 days.
The CA officials said that the BCCI's cooperation was crucial to making the tour a hit.
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India's refusal to play for a draw, which would have been enough for them to retain the Border-Gavaskar Trophy, was lauded.
India had dismissed Australia for 294 in their second innings to set themselves a target of 328 but the last session couldn't be completed as rain played spoilsport.
After capturing four and three wickets respectively in the first two sessions, Indian bowlers, led by Mohammed Siraj and Shardul Thakur, returned to pick up the remaining three wickets after tea here.