Trademark registration in India is governed by the Trade Marks Act, 1999 and the Trade Marks Rules, 2017. The process of registering a trademark in India involves filing an application with the Indian Trade Marks Registry, which will then conduct a search to ensure that the mark is not similar or identical to any existing trademarks. If the mark is accepted, it will be published in the Trade Marks Journal for opposition. If there are no oppositions, or if the opposition is unsuccessful, the trademark will be registered. Once registered, a trademark is valid for ten years and can be renewed indefinitely for periods of ten years each.The trademark should be distinctive and should not be similar or identical to any existing trademarks. It should not be offensive or contrary to public policy. It should also not be misleading or generic.It should be noted that the process of registering 3D, smell, taste and ascription as a trademark is a bit complex and it’s recommended to seek expert help.You can register a trademark for goods and services in India, which includes a wide range of products and services in various categories as per the international classification of goods and services.