India had dished out a splendid all-round performance against an in-form West Indies side to notch up a dominating 155-run win in their previous outing.
India next meet an in-form West Indies side, which has already upset defending champions England and host New Zealand in their opening two matches.
The touring side's captain said that he wasn't happy about the 3-0 result in the series but it was heartening to see so many players in the team raising their hands up to take responsibility.
Dravid also said that the youngsters like Ruturaj Gaikwad or debutant Avesh Khan would not be judged on one series or one bad game.
It was a nice feeling. Every player has a dream to play for India and my dream got fulfilled today (Feb 20), Avesh said after his debut game.
The triumph helped India leapfrog over England to the top of the T20 team rankings, with Rohit Sharma's side now matching the top rating of 269.
As of now, Chahar is certainly a doubtful starter for the three-match T20 International series against Sri Lanka, starting February 24 in Lucknow.
India vs West Indies third T20I: Chance for Shreyas and Ruturaj as hosts look to test bench strength
With Virat Kohli and Rishabh Pant given a 10-day break, the home team is set to finally include the gifted Shreyas Iyer and Ruturaj Gaikwad in the playing XI.
Pant, who was appointed vice-captain in the absence of KL Rahul for the ongoing T20 series against the West Indies, smashed a brisk half-century in the team's win in the second game here on Feb 18.
Wicketkeeper Rishabh Pant has also reportedly been given a break from the bio-bubble and both of them will be skipping the third T20I against West Indies and the Sri Lanka series that will follow.
Rohit Sharma has admitted that it was very hard on Shreyas Iyer on not making it to India's playing XI in the first T20I against West Indies.
India vs West Indies first T20I: I tried to not give them room to free their arms, says Ravi Bishnoi
Ravi Bishnoi snapped up two wickets for 17 runs in his quota of four overs in his maiden international match on Wednesday.
Nicholas Pooran said that dew played a key role as batting second under heavy dew made it easier for the Indians, who coasted to a six-wicket win to go 1-0 up in the series.
In the opening T20 against the West Indies here on Wednesday, India suffered a few hiccups after a flying start given by skipper Rohit Sharma.
At his favourite Eden Gardens, Rohit smashed a 19-ball 40 (6x3, 4x4) to give India the perfect foundation after his bowlers restricted the visitors to 157 for seven.