Sridaya started learning Bharathanatyam at the age of 4 from Smt. Padmini Krishnamoorthy, Saraswati Natyalaya, at Muscat, Oman. When Sridaya moved to Canada, she learnt from Dr. Alakananda Nath, Sri Laasya Kalakendra Academy in Toronto till 2006.
From 2006 to date, Sridaya has been under the guidance of Smt. Anuradha Jagannathan, who conducted her Arangetram in 2008. She also learns nattuvangam from Smt. Anuradha Jagannathan.
After her arangetram in 2008, Sridaya was a part of the group dance production “Bharathathil Bharathi,” organized by Anuradha Jagannathan Academy of Dance in 2009. Keen on continuing her passion for the arts and contributing towards the local community, Sridaya organized a fundraiser program for the Guruvayurappan Temple of Brampton project –“ Samarpanam” in 2013 where she performed a traditional Bharatanatyam Margam (traditional repertoire of performance). Sridaya also volunteered her time for Dancing Damsels Dance Fest in 2014 with a group of trained dancers to showcase “Kerala Natanam,” a traditional dance form evolved from Kathakali, Mohiniattam and Bharatanatyam. Most recently, Sridaya had the great opportunity to perform in at Sri Krishna Gana Sabha on January 3rd 2015 to a packed audience of rasikas as a part of the “Ilamayil Thiramai” series during the Margazhi season.