Healy achieved her maiden international century with her 133 total seeing Australia reach 7-332.

It was Australia's first ODI total above 300 since 2012 and their highest-ever total against India.

Healy said it had been a goal for the side to reach the 300 run mark.

"It's a goal for us to consistently hit that mark and we did it quite comfortably in the end," she said.

"We've just got so much power right down our batting order which is really exciting.

"The 3-0 results is something we've spoken about a lot," Healy said.

Healy became the first Australian wicketkeeper to score a women's ODI century but there were some nervous moments when she was dropped twice on the boundary. 

"I struggled a bit early and couldn't quite find my timing but fortunately took a risk early on and managed to get myself going," Healy said.

"It's not usually for us to see a spinner first up and obviously their spinners have bowled tremendously throughout the series."  

The win also saw Australia jump back to the ICC Women’s Team Rankings.

Australia surrendered the number one ranking when they lost the T20I leg of the Women’s Ashes 2-1 last November to England.

"We probably didn't think about that at all," Healy said.

"That 3-0 series win was at the front of our mind and something we really wanted to clinch.

"For us to sit here now in hindsight and see that we've regained that number one ranking is special," she said.

The side now turn their attention to the Twenty20 tri-series with India and England which starts on March 22 with Australia facing India. 

"I'm really looking forward to this T20 series and I think it will be a really exciting one and I think some of the best T20 cricketers are in the three teams so it shapes up really nicely," Healy said

"We're looking forward to getting stuck into it and hopefully we can come away with a few more ones but it will be a tough contest."