Bharatanatyam dancer and Choreographer Radha Mohan Immadi, who hails from Guntur, Andhra Pradesh began her dancing journey in Bharatanatyam and Folk dance under Guru Sudha Rani Garu, a disciple of Sri. Khaleel Garu, at the age of 14 years. After her marriage, Radha Mohan began training in Kuchipudi from Guru Jyothy, a disciple of Padma Kalyani Garu and Guru Sandhya Rani, a disciple of Swarna Latha Garu. Radha Mohan completed her Diploma course in Bharatanatyam and Certificate course in Kuchipudi from Potti Sreeramulu Telugu University under Guru Manjula Srinivas Garu as a student of Sri Bhakta Rama Dasa Govt. College of Music and Dance.
The dancer bagged first place among 60 participants with an outstanding performance in the solo Bharatanatyam competition conducted by Rotary Club in Guntur, when she was 16 years. Radha Mohan is also a record holder of India Book of Records and Telugu Book of Records for the year 2012 for her performance, given along with her students for Most Dance Forms Performed in 100 minutes – Nrutya Nivali to Dasa Vaggeya Kara Kritis with their life histories in Bharatanatyam and Kuchipudi styles.
In 2002, Radha Mohan established Radha Nruthya Nilayam and started training students in Bharatanatyam and Kuchipudi. Her students have been giving performances and participated in many competitions, won prizes. Her Shakti Peetha Pradakshinam Ballet and Dasavatara Varnam at Ravindra Bharathi were well appreciated by the rasikas. Radha Mohan was nominated as a member of the Indian Council for Cultural Relations (ICCR)-Regional Advisory Committee (RAC) member in the year 2019 by the Government of India and continues her service as a member. She has also worked as Choreographer and Dance teacher in Fern Hills High School, Malakpet, Hyderabad; Pallavi Model Senior Secondary School, Bowenpally, Secunderabad; DRS International School Kompally; St. Ann’s School, Suchitra.
Apart from running two branches (Bowenpally and Neredmet) of her Institute and working with various schools, she extends her services at the Sri Sathya Sai Seva Kendram, Bowenpally, where, over 100 students are learning Bharatanatyam free of charge since 2011.