Daya Devi Dasi


After her mother bought a Krishna conscious book on a bus in Costa Rica, they started visiting the local temple in San Jose. In 1991, whilst still a child, Daya Dasi and her family became part of ISKCON. Now for the past 10 years, she has been involved in serving at Bhaktivedanta Manor, in the Goshala, with Food for All, and primarily helping with IES (ISKCON Educational Services) – making sure that students and guests who come to Bhaktivedanta Manor for the first time have a spiritual, relatable and fun experience.