The search giant has said that it will launch ad free in India in 2017, with the first ads likely to be available on the internet in 2018.
In a blog post, Google India, the countrys second largest search engine, said that ads would be removed from its site in 2017.
It said that users can continue to browse its online store for Google Play apps.
It also said that all ads on Google.com will be removed in India from July 1, 2018, when Google launches its ad-blocking ad-blocker called Google Chrome.
“Google Chrome is the only browser with the full ad blocking capabilities of Google,” Google India said.
The Indian search giant said that the change will be “as seamless as possible for our users.”
Google has been criticised in the past for its ad blocking policy, which it said did not comply with local laws.
In April, a US appeals court ruled that Google had not violated Indian laws by blocking ads on YouTube and the news aggregator Google News.
India, which is home to Google, is the second largest market in the world after the US.
Google has been growing its presence in India, which has about half the worlds population, and it has also launched ads in many other countries.
India is expected to overtake the US as the world’s largest search market in 2017 with around 40% of the market, according to a report by the New York-based search engine.
Google said that in the second half of 2018, its ads will be available in all India markets except the two states of Telangana and Tamil Nadu, and the states of Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh, Kerala and Tamilnadu.
The move comes as the country is grappling with a series of terror attacks and protests by anti-nationals and minorities, who are demanding that the government remove restrictions on the freedom of expression.