Our Volunteers

Hemalatha Jonnavithula

Hello, my name is Hemlatha Jonnavithula from Hyderabad India. I am a housewife, interested in sketching and craft work. As A4G is one of the organizations working for a noble cause, I am happy to join this and try to give my best.
Thankyou,
J Hemalatha

Indhumathi Arun

I am Indhumathi Arun . I am a working woman living with my family in Cologne, Germany. I am very much interested in pencil art and Quilling. I am excited to volunteer in such an organisation and it also motivates me to engage myself in my personal interest and at the same time add some valuable contributions to society. Thanks to this wonderful platform.

Vaishnavi Vaidyanathan
Artist, Choreographer and Teacher

Financial Analyst by profession for an Automotive company, by passion she is a Artist, choreographer and a teacher. She is trained and has been performing Bharatnatyam - an Indian Classical Art form, in and around Germany and Europe for quite some time now. She is spreading Indian heritage and culture through different mediums.
She started her training at the age of 4 from her mother Smt.Vidushi Radha Vaidyanathan, who herself is an artist and her first teacher, then she continued her training from Smt.Vidushi Geeta Datar and Sri. Vidwan Keshav Kumar.
Vaishu has been performing and collaborated for dance and theatrical presentations with many artists. Her latest was ‘Hara Samadhi’ a theatrical presentation of musical instruments and dance. She has been performing in and around Germany and Europe, showcased her art at various Indian Embassy’s and other auspicious events. She also takes classes regularly in Bonn, Germany.
To know more about the Art and her work , please visit www.vaishnavi-vaidyanathan.com

Satish Devisetti

Hello, My name is Satish Devisetti.
I am from Andhra Pradesh, India and currently live in Cologne, Germany with my family.
My hobbies are Pencil Sketching making hand crafts and mobile photography.

below are the facebook albums of my work:

Punya Mahesh

“For me Painting is just another way of keeping a diary“
Hi! I am Punya Mahesh, age 13 an Highschool Student. I come from India currently living in Ratingen, Germany. Brushes replace pens, I found I could express myself with color and shapes that I couldn’t do any other way 🎨. I am very grateful to be part of Arts4Good and contribute to Aarti for Girls initiative.

Sona Ramachandra

Hi, I am Sona Ramachandra. Originally from Bangalore, India, I am currently living in Cologne, Germany. Although an engineer by profession, I have always had a fascination and passion for travel, arts, music and books since childhood and love dabbling in Indian folk art and calligraphy. So much to learn and explore. “Be infinitely curious” is what I believe. I am very thankful for this opportunity to do my small bit towards Arts-4-Good. Arts-4-Good is not only a wonderful medium for celebrating art and artists, but also a great way of encouraging and empowering initiatives like Aarti for Girls.

Anvesh Jandagudem

Hi, I am Anvesh Jandagudem. Born and brought up in India. I am a freestyle dancer and part time instructor for non-classical Indian dance forms like Tollywood, Bollywood and Bhangra.  I believe that anybody can dance and the best way to dance with your soul is to dance like nobody's watching you. Looking forward to doing my part in helping the Aarti home by volunteering for A4G. You can find me on Instagram.

Hannah Streit
Artist

Hello, I am Hannah Streit and I had the honor to do a voluntary service in Kadapa in the Aarti Home project. This experience was really very enriching for me. The Aarti project consists of an orphanage for girls, a school and a women empowerment project. I really experienced the management of the Aarti project as kind-hearted people who help wherever they can. And they really do it in a well-considered way. Not only do you take great care of the well-being of the children, you also teach them a lot about sustainability and love for your neighbor. I am really enthusiastic about this valuable work of the Aarti project and it always inspires something new. Not only did I experience an enriching and educational time in the Aarti project, but I also found a second family. Since the Aarti Home is an NGO, it lives on donations. When I found out, after my voluntary service, that A4G was making art for donations for the Aarti Home, I was thrilled. I am an art enthusiast myself and am happy to be part of the A4G team. I think this way you can enjoy art in a completely different way, knowing that every purchase of a work of art benefits the boys and girls of the Aarti project.

Megala Rajamani
Artist

A happy Home Maker, now living in Köln is fond of painting with little ones. As there is a saying in Tamil - கற்றது கைமண் அளவு, கல்லாதது உலகளவு (What you have learned is a mere handful; What you haven't learned is the size of the world); she says "I am in the process of exploring new things in the painting world...". You can follow her on her FB page.

Soma Das
Logo Designer

A professional Logo Designer, living in West Bengal (India). She has volunteered to design a beautiful logo for A4G. She volunteered hours from her professional life and created couple of proposals and after discussing with our volunteers, finalized the logo that we are officially using now. She gave A4G a beautiful face, and A4G is thankful to her for her support. If you want her to design a logo for you, please contact her on her Instagram account.

Subramanyam Muntimadugu

An Engineer (turned IT guy, for A4G!) volunteered to the responsibility of constructing & maintaining the digital home for A4G. He is instrumental in implementing/streamlining A4G's work flow.

Sree Ram Thodeme
Hobby Photographer, Artist & art instructor

An Engineer, with a heart for arts. Born, brought-up, studied & worked in India. Working and living in Cologne (Germany).
Photography, pencil sketching, water(/Acryl) painting are his hobbies. He loves to teach drawing. On behalf of A4G, he does photo-shoots, take art classes & gives away his artworks, when people agree to make donations to Aarti Home, a non-profit working for disadvantaged children.
You can visit his hobby works, by clicking the following icons.

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