Chinese Indian Kuldeep Yadav, who played a key role in India's victory in the West Indies, scored Monday 14 points in a career in 23rd place in the last ICC T20 rankings.
Yadav won five wickets in two races at an economy of 5.6 at India's headquarters 3-0 with a win over current T20 champions.
Speedster Bhuvneshwar Kumar jumped nine places to break the Top-20. He is in 19th place while Jasprit Bumhrah won five places to be the world not 21.
Among the Indian batsmen, Rohit Sharma, who led India to the sweep, and opener Shikhar Dhawan made remarkable improvements.
Sharma (up to three places) is ranked seventh with Dhawan (up to five seats) that secured 16th place.
Pakistan and India retained first and second place in the ranking of the teams, bringing together two and three points respectively. Pakistan moved to 138 points while India had 127 points.
There is no change in the top four lists with Australia's Glenn Maxwell leading the stadium. Mohammad Nabi is the second, followed by Shakib Al Hasan and JP Duminy.
Meanwhile, Australia will participate in all four T20I balances later this month. They will play South Africa in a one-time match at Carrara on November 17, before taking India to a series of three matches from November 21-25.
If Australia wins all four matches, then they will reach the second place at 126 points. However, if they lose all four matches, then they will end up in the sixth place at 112 points.
Similarly, South Africa will win three points if it wins on November 17, while India will move to 129 points if it wins all three races against Australia.