Ishant Sharma passed a fitness Test on Saturday and is set to fly out to New Zealand for the two-match Test series.
New Zealand overcame a mid-innings wobble to beat India in the third one-dayer, despite missing several key players.
After being whitewashed by India in the T20 series, New Zealand gave the tourists a taste of their own medicine with an ODI clean sweep.
India threatened to chase down New Zealand's total in a thrilling Eden Park ODI, only for their gallant lower order to fall narrowly short.
Ross Taylor starred as New Zealand claimed the opening match of the one-day series against India, in the process setting a new record.
New Zealand had lost eight matches in a row before Ross Taylor came to the party in their first ODI since the Cricket World Cup final.
It proved to be a day to forget for India at Seddon Park as the tourists were hit in the pocket after losing the first ODI.
Rohit Sharma will return home after suffering a groin injury, so Prithvi Shaw and Mayank Agarwal will open in the ODI series.
Kane Williamson has been ruled out of New Zealand's first two ODI games against India, with Mark Chapman called up.
Kane Williamson remains the "perfect man" to lead New Zealand, according to India star Virat Kohli.