Acclaimed as a creative artist whose work reveals the infinite spaces  within the traditional form, Rajashree Warrier bases her dance on the principle that Bharatanatyam is a superbly evocative language where the dance who has mastered and internalised the idiom can write her personal dance poetry. She considers herself a contemporary classicist.
She has enriched her dance vocabulary and extended the frontiers of her dance tradition to evolve her own distinctive style . Her work, while remaining within the framework of classical Indian Dance , is contemporary in its interpretation and scope to communicate as a dynamic , continuously evolving ,classical dance form.
She learned Bharatanatyam from Guru V. Maithilee, Thiruvananthapuram and Guru Jayanthi Subrahmanian, Chennai.One of the top dancers of the younger generation in Kerala, Rajashree Warrier is a happy blend of brains and beauty, of Carnatic music and Bharatanatyam dance. She rose like the morning star on the TV screen in Kerala, shining through the program Suprabhatham in Asianet. She came to every home in Kerala as an anchor and a presenter of umpteen number of TV programs. Born out of school youth festivals and a winner of many awards, she has grown over years into a mature artist. Performing dance recitals and giving music concerts on countless stages, Rajashree is a well-known presence on the cultural horizon of Kerala.