Chasing 392 for victory, India reached 298 for four in their second innings, when the two sides decided it was pointless to continue on the last day with three overs remaining.
Monday's stalemate at Warner Park has left the four-match series still level at 0-0.
Lara told reporters it showed that both teams were lacking firepower in the second innings.
"In Antigua and St Lucia, India could not get us out, and now in this Test, we could not get India out," he said.
"There were a few testing moments, but it was an intriguing Test and we have move on to the final match in Jamaica now."
India captain Rahul Dravid preferred instead to focus on his team's battling qualitites.
"The series has been very competitive, and this Test match was quite interesting," he said.
"West Indies got a good first innings total and we had to fight with our backs to the wall.
"I thought losing a few quick wickets early on the fourth morning put us under a bit of pressure, but I think we did well to fight back and force a draw."
Lara felt it was a good comeback for his side, following the tense finishes they had endured in the first two Tests, where they narrowly escaped with draws.
"I am very proud of the way the guys played," he said. "Chris Gayle and Daren Ganga set us up at the beginning of the match with a solid opening partnership, and Ramnaresh Sarwan got a hundred which was good.
"It was really exciting cricket for us over the first two or three days.
"We knew we were in a good position in which we could force a win and, unfortunately, this did not happen, but we were in front and we stayed in front for the majority of the match."
Lara felt there were a few chances and half chances that they should have made count in the Test but he paid tribute to his opponents.
"They played well and we fought the best we could," he said. "We have to move on and take some sort confidence out to Jamaica and look for the win.
"It's been a good ground for us against India, and so we will be looking for a win there."
Dravid reckoned that his side were up to the challenge of a chase on the last day and with a bit more luck could have come close.
"We were just going out to bat normally and bat positively because we always knew that a run rate of 4.50 runs-an-over and close to 400 runs on the last day to win was never going to be easy," he said.
"We thought we would make a fist of it but when Mahendra Dhoni got out, we decided it would be better to just close up the shop."
Dravid said he wished India could have been the team fielding last in the match, since they had chosen two spin bowlers for the Test, but Lara's decision not to enforce the follow on during the penultimate day cost the tourists that opportunity.
"With the combination of Anil Kumble and Harbhajan Singh, you would have hoped that you could win the toss and bowl last," he said.
"I think Bhaji and Anil bowling last on this pitch would have been interesting and nice to watch, so let's go to Jamaica and see what kind of pitch we get there, and see what happens."
The fourth and final Test at Kingston's Sabina Park opens on Friday.