The India A boys overcame the formidable Chinese Taipei trio while their B counterparts got the better of the Thai-USA team to make it an all-India final.
Japanese table tennis player Sakura Mori won the women's singles crown at the India Open on Sunday.
Thirteen-year-old Japanese sensation Tomokazu Harimoto ended Sharath Kamal's impressive run at the ITTF World Tour India Open.
Achanta Sharath Kamal entered the men's singles semifinals of the India Open on Saturday.
The table tennis tournament will be held in India in February 2017.
Aryan Mahajan has had a good year so far, winning two junior-level table tennis tournaments in the USA
India's table-tennis ace Achanta Sharath Kamal became the latest to qualify for the 2016 Rio Olympics at the Asian Olympic qualification event in Hong Kong.
Soumyajit Ghosh and Manika Batra topped their respective groups at the South Asian Olympic qualification event (table tennis) to qualify for Rio Games
Indian women's team defeated Croatia 3-0 to enter the World Table Tennis Team Championship main draw. Indian men's team are
Aryan Mahajan beat Joon Sung 3-2 in the final to win the under-16 table tennis tournament in Columbus, Ohio.
The Indian men have done it only second time in 20 editions of the championships, having won gold in 2004 in Malaysia under Sharath Kamal, who went on to win his individual gold, too.
Pakistan and Australia will not take part in the 20th Commonwealth Table Tennis Championships while Sharath Kamal, India's top Table Tennis player, will miss the event due to an accident.
Sanil Shetty, Soumyajit Ghosh, Achanta Sharath Kamal and G Sathiyan won their respective matches while female players Mouma Das and Ankita suffered defeat in round of 32.
India lose 2-3 to Iran in the 7-8 position team match. Individual competitions to start from Wednesday.
Soumyajit Ghosh, Devesh Karia, Ankita Das and Mouma Das will participate in the GAC Group World Tour Japan Open and Korean Open.
The Indian table tennis players kept a clean slate winning all four matches without dropping a set, to retain the team title.
Sharath Kamal reached the third round of the World Championships but was forced to withdraw because of a hip injury. He was to play Chinese Fang Bo and had beaten higher ranked Simon Gauzy of France in the second round.
Achanta Sharath Kamal defeated 35th-ranked Simon Gauzy of France 11-4, 11-5, 11-7, 6-11, 11-8 in the second round.