A set of 15 stickers that represent many of ISRO's missions to outer space - the Moon, Mars and the scientific missions to map the earth and outer space. Get yourself and your friends this set of stickers to adorn your mobile phone covers, notebooks, bags, bottles and more! Be Inspired!


Dhruv & Tara, two space geeks and best friends, are all set to board Gaganyaan, slated to be India’s first Manned Mission to Space!


India’s very own Gaganyaan mission aims to send a three-member crew to space for five to seven days by 2022 when India completes 75 years of independence.

Vikram – Moon Lander

Named after Dr. Vikram Sarabhai - the Father of the Indian Space program and Founder of ISRO. Chandrayaan 2 carried the Vikram Lander with Pragyaan Rover within it, to explore the surface of the moon!


GSLV is a space launch vehicle designed, developed, and operated by ISRO to launch satellites and other space objects into Geosynchronous Transfer Orbits.

Mangalyaan Mission

The Mars Orbiter Mission (M.O.M.) was India’s first interplanetary mission and was majorly led by women! Although estimated to survive only 6 months, the Mangalyaan is in its 7th year of orbiting Mars.

Rocket to the Sun!

This illustration depicts ISRO’s success of launching numerous rockets and satellites into orbit and its odysseys into the Solar System. Some Day to the Sun!

PSLV Launch

The PSLV – ISRO’s versatile warhorse ready for launch!

I’m Over the Moon

Chan is overjoyed to have travelled far away from home into space and sits on the moon looking at the tiny blue dot called Earth!


This Launch Vehicle is India’s first indigenously built, medium-lift rocket! It is specially designed to take heavy loads and is itself ISRO’s heaviest rocket. Has been called ‘Bahubali’ and ‘Fat Boy’


Historical Augmented Satellite Launch Vehicle (ASLV) designed to augment the payload capacity to 150 kg, thrice that of SLV-3, for Low Earth Orbits (LEO). Under the ASLV programme four developmental flights were conducted. 


It was developed to allow India to launch its Indian Remote Sensing satellites into orbits – has also carried Chandrayaan 1 & Mangalyaan into orbit. As of February 2021, PSLV has launched 342 foreign satellites from 36 countries


Reusable Launch Vehicle is one of the most technologically challenging endeavors of ISRO! It aims at being a fully reusable launch vehicle to enable low cost access to space. This launch vehicle has features of both rockets and aircrafts.


YouthSat is a scientific educational micro satellite mission made by the young scientists and students of India and Russia together! It was created to study solar radiation.

Rocket on Cycle

ISRO’s first rocket, the Sounding Rocket, was launched from a fishing village called Thumba in Kerala. The rocket was transported via cycle and was launched by APJ Abdul Kalam and his team. Now for the future - Gaganyaan astronaut - riding on the history of ISRO.


The iconic logo that inspires millions; that depicts a Rocket and a Satellite and ISRO’s Missions into Space!


VYOM :: Space, infinity, Nothingness and the Universe!

Logo of our VYOM Series | ISRO Collection

Indic Inspirations Logo

Inspired by Indian Temple Pillars, the Lotus and the Indus Valley Seal





The Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) is the space agency of the Indian government headquartered in the city of Bengaluru. Its vision is to "harness space technology for national development while pursuing space science research & planetary exploration". The establishment of ISRO thus institutionalized space research activities in India. ISRO is the pioneer of Space Technology in the world and has many missions that include the SLV, PSLV & GSLV Rocket Programs, many satellites including IRS, Astrosat, etc. It runs the world’s most economically efficient Space programs including the Moon & Mars missions – Chandrayaan & Mangalyaan. It is now getting ready to launch its Gaganyaan program – to put humans into space.

    Customer Reviews

    Based on 11 reviews
    Basant Ram

    ISRO Story Stickers | Set of 15 stickers

    Nikhilesh Gargi
    Unique and Novel - But a bit price with okish quality

    I was trying to get the ISRO scale models to inspire children in my family. Indic inspiration has the best quality available
    1. The GSLV 1:300 model look a bit small though solid aluminium.
    2. T-Shirt print could have been better/clearner. The print is a bit fudgy and not that I have seen at this price.
    3. The Stickers feel like on normal paper. I expected more glossy and deeper colors.

    Overall items are unique but a bit pricey and okish in abosulute terms.

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    Keerthi Kiran

    The price is too high for a bunch of stickers.

    Aradhana Kosuri
    Quality of stickers not good enough

    For the price, the stickers should have been vinyl quality and should have had cut marks around it, but it didn't. Loved the actual designs of the stickers but the quality is too bad