India made 600 all out in their first innings on day two of the first test against Sri Lanka at the Galle International stadium on Thursday.
— Sri Lanka Cricket (@OfficialSLC) July 26, 2017
Shikhar Dhawan topscored for the tourists with a career-best 190, while Cheteshwar Pujara made 153. Ajinkya Rahane (57) and debutant Hardik Pandya (50) scored half-centuries.
Nuwan Pradeep was the pick of the Sri Lankan bowlers, claiming a career-high 6-132, while Lahiru Kumara returned 3-131.
Sri Lanka will play with 10 batsmen after Asela Gunaratne fractured his thumb while fielding on Wednesday, an injury that ruled him out of the three-match series.