The Bharatiya Janata Party has won a historic victory in what was the world's largest democratic elections in India. Narenda Modi, the BJP's prime ministerial candidate, will be the country's next head of government.
Narendra Modi is now the second most-liked politician on Facebook, with 14 million likes, coming second only to Barack Obama. But there's more to social media than Facebook.
Despite the popularity of sites like Facebook, the election hasn't only been fought on one front. A tweet by Narenda Modi last night is already the most popular tweet in India.
There have also been 56 million election-related tweets since January 2014. To put this into context, there was only one Indian politician on Twitter during the last Indian elections.
The chart below showcases the number of times each major political party and candidate was mentioned on Twitter. Orange refers to Modi, green to Arvind Kejriwal of the AAP and blue for Rahul Gandhi of the National Congress party.
During the elections themselves, many of those on social networks also uploaded images of themselves with ink-stained fingers, as a proud demonstration of the fact they had voted.
This really was an election played out on social media.