Radha Katha dasi was born and raised in a devotee family    in Hungary and is an initiated disciple of His Holiness Indradyumna Swami. She studied art and design in Europe and became a freelance graphic artist and designer. She has also traveled to several continents worldwide in support of various important causes. During her four-year participation with the artistic team of the Festival of India in Poland (2005-8) she gained experience in numerous fields of fine arts such as painting, sculpting, stage decoration, and puppet and costume design. 

    In 2009 she moved from Hungary to Gainesville, Florida with her husband, Jaya Hari where both assisted the Krishna Lunch program at the University of Florida. Recently she served as the head Pujari for ISKCON Berkeley and main graphic artist for promoting the temple's various festivals and events. Her current services and projects include Deity outfit design and sewing. 

 

The Kitchen Religion Books Graphic Artist

Radha Katha dasi

Temple of the Vedic Planetarium ad
Temple of the Vedic Planetarium ad
Radhastami flyer
Radhastami flyer
Temple invitation card
Temple invitation card
Temple donor information flyer
Temple donor information flyer
Tulsi Vivaha flyer
Tulsi Vivaha flyer
Srila Prahupada Disappearance Day
Srila Prahupada Disappearance Day
Header sample
Header sample
Logo sample
Logo sample
Gita Jayanti flyer
Gita Jayanti flyer
Flyer sample
Flyer sample
Calendar sample
Calendar sample
Business Card sample
Business Card sample
Tri-fold brochure sample
Tri-fold brochure sample
Banner sample
Banner sample
Benches design sample
Benches design sample
Ad Sample
Ad Sample
Ti-fold brochure sample
Ti-fold brochure sample
Temple invitation card
Temple invitation card
Temple Deity maha auction sign
Temple Deity maha auction sign
Ad sample
Ad sample
Temple invitation card
Temple invitation card
Rathayatra flyer
Rathayatra flyer
Yoga Tea poster
Yoga Tea poster
Temple event flyer
Temple event flyer

Flyers, Posters, Cards, Banners, Logos, etc. by Radha Katha

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Photographs by Radha Katha