Just as any other player, eating Hindustan is as a Latin country is not much of a challenge. However, one thing that irks me is that despite superior discipline, superior morale, tech advantage, much better general (i.e. fire 6 shock 6 vs. fire 1-3 shock 1-3), I often lose battles if they have a slight numerical advantage or terrain advantage.
While this occurs at a greater extent with the Muslims and Europeans, having that happen with the more backward Indians is not something I'd expect. I suppose that's the outcome of the mod of removing slow-tech limitations. Where Indians would've been around tech 17-18 without inflation in vanilla, they are now tech 25-27 without inflation in D&T (at 1600 AD). Despite having the same troop-type, Muslim and Indian now get faaarrr better fire and shock modifiers that make them possibly even tougher than some of the less land-oriented Latin tech countries.
I did get around that issue by simply crushing them with great numerical advantage, but I feel it's really something that they should've been doing to me in order to win battles and not the other way around. Are Europeans and Indians really on-par military-wise in the 17th century?