This mission is named 'Gaganyaan' and if it ISRO pulls it off, then India will become the fourth nation to achieve this feat.
Rs. 10,000 crore have been earmarked for India's biggest space mission.
ISRO intends to launch Mangalyaan-2 as well
In 2014, ISRO announced that it would launch a second mission to Mars. Named Mangalyaan-2, the mission will be launched between 2022 and 2023. In the 2017 Union Budget, the Centre announced that it would fund this mission, and ISRO has started working on it.
ISRO also intends to study Venus' atmosphere
Further, by 2023-2025, ISRO plans to send an orbiter mission to study the atmosphere of Venus, which is sometimes referred to as the Earth's "twin sister". This mission is named Shukrayaan.
Notably, the atmosphere of Venus is primarily made up of carbon dioxide. While Shukrayaan is on ISRO's to-do list, the agency is yet to figure out satellite configuration and payloads for the mission.