Its manifesto was released online on some jihadist platforms.
"Fugitive Paris attack mastermind Abdelhamid Abaaoud did not use phones or e-mail to communicate with other members of the cell, which carried out the plot," said a report published in the Indian Express.
Abdelhamid Abaaoud, a Belgian-national, was killed in anti-terror raids took place in Paris suburb of Saint-Denis.
Abaaoud's death has been confirmed, but the French prosecutor's office said on Friday that it had not yet been able to formally identify the other two female bodies found in the Rue Cormillon apartment.
He was suspected of having organised multiple terror attacks. He is known as the mastermind of November 13 Paris attacks that left nearly 130 dead.
ISIS in its manifesto threatened to wage war against India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Afghanistan and several other countries. The group for the first time has made a direct reference of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and ongoing political scenario in India in the e-book.