Kohli, who hit an undefeated 80 of the 52 balls that came as an opening and was associated in the 94 stand with Rohit, who set the platform for a series victory over England, is now India’s highest-ranked player before KL Rahul.
Rohit’s 34-ball with 64 balls in this match helped him climb three places to 14th in the weekly update, which took into account a series of three matches between Afghanistan and Zimbabwe in Abu Dhabi, with the exception of the last two games of the India-England series, the ICC said.
In other wins for the Indian batsmen, Shreyas Ayer climbed five places to his best career in 26th place, while rookie Suryakumar Yadav and gatekeeper Knight Rishab Pant also made rapid progress.
Yadav, who debuted in the second game of the series but could not collect points because he did not reach the bat, climbed to the bottom of 66th place after results 57 and 32, while Pant rose 11 places to 69th place in the rankings.
For England, Dawid Malan maintained a solid lead at the top of the rankings after his 68 in the final match while Joss Butler has raised one place to 18th.
Foot spinner Adil Rashid (one place to fourth) and fast bowlers Yofra Archer (12th to 22nd) and Mark Wood (12th to 27th) advanced to the bowling list.
In the ODI rankings, Johnny Beirstov has four places to the best career seventh position after hitting 94 in the opening match of the series against India in Pune on Tuesday.
Captain Eoin Morgan has advanced one place to 24th place. Universal Ben Stokes climbed from 75th to 64th place in the bowlers, while skipping his compatriot Chris Wakes in third place among the universals.
India opener Shikhar davanMatch 98 won him two places to 15th, and Bhuvneshwar Kumar won five places to move into the top 20 in the latest ODI update.