Objectives: Analyses were done on the Indian publication outputs on liver disorder research during 2003-2012, on several parameters, including contribution and citation impact of the most productive countries, India’s overall contribution, its growth pattern, citation impact, the share of international collaboration, identification of the significant participating countries in India’s international collaboration, contribution and impact of different types of liver disorders, productivity and impact of leading Indian institutions and authors, and pattern of communication of Indian output in most productive journals. Materials and Methods: The Scopus Citation Database has been used to retrieve the data for 10 years (2003-2012) by searching with the keyword ‘liver,’ in the combined Title, Abstract, and Keywords field. Results: The Indian publication’s output in the liver disorder research consisted of 2380 articles during 2003-2012, which increased from 143 articles in 2003 to 378 articles in 2012, witnessing an annual average growth rate of 11.92%. The average citation impact per article registered by the Indian publications for liver disorder research was 4.68 during 2003-2012, which decreased from 6.43 during 2003-2007 to 3.71 during 2008-2012. The international collaborative share of India in the overall liver disorder research was 15.34% during 2003-2012, which increased from 12.65% during 2003-2007 to 16.84% during 2008-2012. Conclusions: Keeping in view the severity of liver disorders in India, there is a need to increase the investment in Research and Development (R and D) to bring about improvements in supportive care and a need to set up a Hepatitis Registry. Efforts must be made to develop state- and government-supported prevention and control strategies, including conducting mass awareness programs, formulation of universal guidelines for immunization, promotion of partnerships, development of an evidence-based policy, and development of programs for prevention of transmission, along with better financial and social support initiatives.