This paper describes about the research productivity of Astronomy and Astrophysics research in India. The study is an investigation of total research productivity of India’s Astronomy and Astrophysics research for the period of thirty years during 1988-2017. Total 20,311 research publication’s bibliographic data were harvested from Web of Science (WoS) bibliographic database and analyzed using scientometric tools and techniques. The research is conducted with a purpose to know the Astronomical literature growth, document types, open access publications, prolific source journals, collaborating countries, research funding agencies as well as prolific institutions and authors of India. Findings also indicate the publication pattern, CAGR, degree of collaboration, H-Index as well as the nature of the research activities carried out.