I have known Neeraja since her childhood, who is a very sincere and devoted student, enjoying dancing. She, as my colleague in Barathuiyar Palkalai Koodam, Pondicherry came out as an excellent teacher and interacted well with the students and did her best enjoying every bit of it. I am sure she will be well-poised in her road to further successes.

By Mrs. Jayashree Narayanan
Artistic Director, Slangai Cultural Academy, Pondicherry, India

Neeraja joined Nrityalaya as a teaching staff and she performed for Bhaskar’s Arts Academy, from the year 1999-2004. She is a dedicated, motivating, talented artiste who has an open mind and eye for details. She joined other artists to propagate Indian dance and theatre in Singapore schools under the Art Education Program.

Her creative talent was an asset to our institution and Bhaskar’s Arts Academy. Her open mind and willingness to try new ideas and themes brought her to new heights in the dance company's major productions such as Vikramoorvaseeyam, a Sanskrit play and Rasa and Dhwani, a production reflected Singapore poems in four languages and many others. Neeraja's contribution to our institution will be always revered and remembered with lots of love and regards.
By Mrs. Santha Bhaskar
Artistic Director, Bhaskar’s Arts Academy, Singapore

Neeraja my niece is known to me since her young age. She got graduated in diploma course in barathanatyam from Kalakshetra Foundation, Chennai. She is a sincere and brilliant dancer and devoted to this wonderful art.

Her creative mind is presented beautifying in all her compositions and is well applauded by all. She is a very capable dancer, teacher and choreographer. Her personality and interpretations always happily blend with modesty.

With all these credits I am sure, she will be recognized world-over as a great barathanatyam artist. I wish her success in all her future endeavors.
By Mrs. Krishnaveni Lakshmanan [1942 – 2004]