The 34-year-old Tamil Nadu off-spinner achieved the feat during the World Test Championship final against New Zealand, which was his 14th Test in this cycle of WTC.
To bring statistics into play, he is the first bowler in the 143-year history of Test cricket to dismiss 200 left-handed batsmen.
Ashwin played the match against SunRisers Hyderabad (SRH) in the IPL on Sunday and after the game, he announced his decision on Twitter.
Replying to a tweet by a fan, Hogg said Ashwin would be a great addition to the Indian side in the 50-over format.
England started off their second innings on the worst possible note as they lost opener Rory Burns on the very first ball bowled by Ravichandran Ashwin.
This time, though, Jadeja's absence from the first two Tests due to a thumb fracture will mean India will have to pair either one, or two, of Kuldeep Yadav, Washington Sundar, and Axar Patel with...