This paper analyzes 1078 India’s publications on suicide research during 10 years, i.e., 2005–2014, as indexed in Scopus International Multidisciplinary Database. The study focuses on the various aspects of performance of India’s suicide research, such as the publication growth, citation impact, international collaboration, subject‑wise distribution of publications, contribution and citation impact of Indian organizations and authors, medium of communication, and characteristics of its high‑cited papers. This study reveals that India’s research output on suicides research witnessed an annual average growth rate of 10.49%, registered an average citation impact per paper of 9.75, and a share of 16.23% of international collaborative publications. India’s global publication and share to world suicide research was 2.47% during 1999–2014. Medicine contributed the largest publication share of 84.32%, followed by pharmacology, toxicology, and pharmaceutics and social sciences (19.94%), environment science (9.37%), biochemistry, genetics and molecular biology (8.35% share), psychology (7.05% share), neuroscience (4.36% share), economics, econometrics, and finance (2.23% share), and immunology and microbiology (1.95% share) during 2005–2014. About 294 organizations and 356 authors participated in 1078 Indian papers in suicide research, of which the top 15 most productive Indian organizations and authors together contributed 36.18% and 17.44% publications share and 49.58% and 56.06% citation share to the India’s publications and citation output on suicide research during 2005–2014. This study also suggests the need for taking up of measures at population, sub‑population, and individual levels to prevent suicide and suicide attempts. Suicide is a complex issue and therefore suicide prevention efforts require coordination and collaboration among multiple sectors of society.