India had a very successful day in the ring in Jakarta ©Boxing Federation of India

Indian boxers secured five gold medals on day six of the Asian Games 2018 test event in Jakarta.

Pavitra started the rush of golds for India by defeating Nilawan Techasuep of Thailand 5-0 to secure the 60 kilogram women's title.

Shyam Kumar then followed that up by claiming the men's 49kg gold with a 4-1 win over Mario Blasius of host country Indonesia.

His win, however, was not without controversy as he was warned about his tactics by the referee during the bout.

Salman Anwar recorded a comprehensive 5-0 win over Rogen Ladon of The Philippines to win the men's 52kg title before Manish Kaushik came out on top in the men's 60kg final with victory over Rentaro Kimura of Japan.

Ashish then secured India's fifth boxing gold of the day thanks to his victory over home athlete Sugar Rey Ocana in the men's 64kg category.

Today also saw medal events in the archery competition with hosts Indonesia claiming the women's compound title ahead of Chinese Taipei and Malaysia, who secured silver and bronze respectively.

Chinese Taipei, however, managed to clinch that elusive gold in the men's compound competition, beating Malaysia and Indonesia into second and third.

The j-male pencak silat competition was won by Indonesia's Eko Febrianto, who beat Malaysian Mohd Khaizul bin Yaacob in the final to clinch gold.

Singapore's Sheik Farhan bin Sheik Alaudin and Kyrgyzstan's Asan Shamshedin Uulu shared the bronze medal.