Greg Chappell has resigned as India coach following their disastrous World Cup campaign in the West Indies.
India failed to qualify for the Super 8s after losing to Sri Lanka and Bangladesh in the group stage.
Chappell, whose contract expired at the end of May, said he was quitting for "family and personal reasons".
"I look forward to continuing my contact with India in the coming years and I wish Indian cricket much joy and success in the future," said Chappell.
"I am grateful to the players with whom I have worked for the challenges that they presented me with and which I tried to meet in a professional, methodical and interesting way in the interests of the team and the individual.
"I would like to make special mention of my support staff without whom I would not have survived the rigours of the past 22 months.
"Ian Frazer and Greg King deserve special mention for their efforts as do John Gloster, S Ramakrishnan and Ramesh Mane.
"I am particularly grateful for the wonderful support of my family, especially my wife Judy, who has enjoyed the experience as much as I."
Chappell who captained Australia in 48 Tests, was appointed as India coach in May 2005.
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