Mayank Agarwal's double century helped India take a lead of over 300 runs on day two against Bangladesh at Indore.
Agarwal and Ajinkya Rahane formed a 100-plus run partnership has Rahane reached his half-century as the hosts took complete command of the first Test.
India steadied themselves and took the lead on the first session of the second day in Indore.
India started the day on 86/1. Visitor Bangladesh started the second day with a spark as they picked Cheteswar Pujara and Virat Kohli's wicket in quick succession.
Pujara returned off Abu Jayed after scoring 54 in the 30th over. After two overs, Indian skipper Kohli also fell to the young pacer. Jayed trapped him LBW on zero.
Two Bangladeshi pacemen Ebadat and Abu Jayed maintained a tidy line and length from the start of the second morning.