Dance etched in her veins
Cosmopolitan Sri Lanka|April-June 2020
Thajithangani “Thaji” Dias lives and breathes dance
THARUMALEE SILVA

I don’t know whether I'd call myself an introvert. In my daily life, I feel like I am. However, my profession made me second-guess my day-to-day persona—dancing on stage bursting with energy makes me happy. I think that’s who I actually am. From the time I was a little girl dancing was what I wanted to do. My family never forced me in any way and I organically became a part of it. It’s now the most significant part of my life.

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