Dhama Sevana das

Dhama Sevana dasa (Dominik Dyjecinski) was born in Poland in 1973. In 1989 at the age of sixteen he met the Hare Krishna devotees and within three years he joined ISKCON. He first lived with the devotees in the Warsaw temple for two years and in 1994  Dhama Sevana  moved to Bhaktivedanta Manor, Watford, England. He lived at the Manor for four years. In 1995 he was initiated by His Grace Krishna Kshetra Prabhu. During his stay at the Manor Dhama Sevana was inspired by Isa Avatara Prabhu who was cooking full time for Sri Sri Radha-Gokulananda.

In 1996 Dhama Sevana started cooking for Sri Sri Radha-Gokulananda beginning  with the simplest of the offerings. In 2004 Dhama Sevana was appointed manager and head cook of the Diety kitchen by Gadadhara Prabhu  (head pujari ). The following year he progressed to cook raja bhoga the most demanding of all the offerings.

Dhama Sevana has Diplomas in Food and Safety Levels 1 and 2 and in April 2012 passed and received the Highfield Awarding Body for Compliance  HABC  Level 3 in Supervising Food and Safety in Catering.

He is married to Gopa Kishori, has two children and now lives in Bushey, England near the Bhaktivedanta Manor.

If you would like to correspond with him about the subject matter of his book please contact him through the web site www.rajabhoga.com

A Selection of Raja Bhoga Recipes



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This book is a unique, practical, spiritual, pure vegetarian cookbook with beautiful colour pictures presented with contents, sub-contents and a glossary making it easy to follow. All the dishes are prepared as an offering with prayers to God, Lord Krishna, in His Deity form Sri Sri Radha-Gokulananda at midday (Raja Bhoga). The food becomes sanctified and is called maha prasadam (great mercy) and then distributed.

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