Captain Rani scored India's second goal in the 10th minute as she struck from a Penalty Corner (PC).
The next minute saw Neha Goyal, run from the left flank and then assist a great goal for Monika to make it 3-0.
Forward Vandana Katariya scored only her second goal of the competition when she struck in the 12th minute.
Gurjit Kaur also registered her name on the score-sheet as she converted from a PC in the last minute of the first quarter to see India hold a 5-0 advantage.
The 19th minute saw Gurjit Kaur's drag-flick being stopped by the Fiji goalkeeper Ro Lavenia Ratumaimuri on her left side, but the Indian defender was quick to convert in the same minute through another PC as she slotted home in the left bottom side of the goal to make it 6-0.
Two minutes later, Gurjit completed her hat-trick of goals as she scored on the rebound with a reverse stick after her drag-flick was blocked by a defender.
It was a quarter that belonged to the Indian defender as she scored yet again in the 22nd minute from another PC to make it 8-0 in India's favour. Fiji managed to survive the last few minutes of the second quarter without conceding another one.
However, early in the third quarter, it was midfielder Monika who scored India's 9th goal of the match as she deflected Sushila Chanu Pukhrambam's shot from just outside the circle in the 33rd minute.
India did not drop a gear in the third quarter as they rotated the ball and created several opportunities through their 15 circle entries, but the Fiji defence made sure that they did not concede again in the third quarter as they conceded only four shots in that quarter.
A splendid shot on the reverse stick from just inside the circle by Lilima Minz saw her shot fizz into the back of the net to give India its 10th goal of the match in the 51st minute.
Six minutes later, it was forward Navneet Kaur's who pounced from a loose clearance by the Fiji goalkeeper as she registered her name on the score-sheet by scoring to make it 11-0.
Indian coach Sjoerd Marijne rotated his players throughout the match, which meant that the likes of Nisha, who made her debut in the first match of the FIH Women's Series Finals Hiroshima 2019 against Uruguay, was involved throughout the match.
Despite the vast gap in the scoreline, India never looked to drop gears, constantly haranguing, and attacking in numbers till the last minute. India's chances throughout the match came through the centre and right flank positions, as Fiji struggled to keep up with the Indian attackers, which meant that India won the match by an impressive score-line of 11-0.
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