The Australian innings was thus ended with a Ravindra Jadeja throw before Rohit Sharma and Shubman Gill started the Indian first innings.
Even a run out without much fault of his early on Day 3 in he 2nd Test match against Australia did not get the worst out of Rahane.
It was announced by the BCCI that the right-arm spinner has been brought in as a concussion substitute for Ravindra Jadeja.
India spinner Ravindra Jadeja rattled the South African batting after an entertaining half-century by Zubayr Hamza to leave the visitors reeling at 129 for six at lunch on day three of the third and final Test here on Monday.
India look good for a huge first innings lead as South Africa struggled to reach 197 for eight at tea on the third day of the second Test after spinners Ravichandran Ashwin and Ravindra Jadeja kept up the pressure created by the pacers.
The orthodox left-arm spinner with 94 wickets from 25 Tests had a successful county performance and is hoping to make life "uncomfortable" for the Indian top-order.
Jadeja struck 58 off 112 deliveries and shared a crucial 60 runs with Ishant Sharma (19) for the eight wicket, helping India reach 297 all out in the first innings. By the wend of second day's play, India had taken control of the match as the West Indies trailed by 108 runs with just two wickets remaining in their first innings.
West Indies were struggling at 82 for three in their first innings at tea, trailing India by 215 runs. After scoring a fighting 58 off 112 balls, Jadeja removed debutant Shamarh Brooks (11) to leave the home team at 50 for three.