India and Pakistan are still searching for an elusive win after the second Test ended in a high-scoring draw in Faisalabad.
The batting from both sides was the highlight of the stalemate with 27 sixes hit on the way to compiling the seventh-highest runs aggregate in a Test match ever, with 1,702.
Younis Khan (194) and Mohammad Yousuf (126) were in sublime form as the pair put on 242 for the third wicket as Pakistan made a second innings 480.
India, batting in its second innings, then made 21-0 before a stalemate was agreed.
The third and final Test begins in Karachi early next week.
Kamran Akmal (78) was the only batsman to fall in the first two sessions on the final day, and the pairing of Younis Yousuf ensured India had no chance of a surprise victory.
Prior to lunch Younis, who deputised for injured captain Inzamam-ul-Haq in the field, secured his fourth hundred in his last four games against India.
Only Australia's Don Bradman has achieved more in succession against a single opponent, with six against England between 1936 and '38.
However, the stellar innings for the Pakistani quickly accounted for nothing as the Test meandered into another draw.