Sur Mani Award from Sur Singar Samsad
Dhanashree was awarded the "Pillars of Hindustani Society" award by the Trans Asian Chamber of Commerce and Industry for her outstanding contribution to Vocal Hindustani Classical Music in 2008.
On March 8th, 2017, on the occasion of International Women’s Day, Dhanashree was conferred the “Women Achievers Award” by the Indo American Society Mumbai for her outstanding contribution to Indian Classical Music.
On 12th April 2019 Dhanashree received the "Exceptional Women of Excellence" Award from the W.E.F. - Women Economic Forum.
On December 12th 2020 at the Ninaad Music Festival, she received the "Sangeet Kala Ratna" Title from Sangeet Kala Kendra Agra and the Pt. Raghunath Talegaonkar Foundation Trust.
Dhanashree is one of the leading exponents of the Thumri form of music and her repertoire, includes thumri, chaiti, hori, kajri, sawan, jhoola as well as khayal. Her vision is to give thumri its rightful place on the concert stage.
She has an M.F.A. degree (Master of Fine Arts) from Mumbai University in Hindustani Classical Music.
She was trained by Pandit Firoz Dastur, stalwart of the Kirana Gharana, and Thumri legend Shobha Gurtu. She has also been mentored by Begum Afroz Bano.
She has performed in most of the leading music institutions and festivals in Mumbai and all over India including the NCPA, Nehru Centre, Naad Brahma, Vile Parle Music Circle, Udayan, Karnatak Sangh, Shiv Sangeetanjali, Y.B. Chavan Pratishthan, Prabha Atre Foundation, Megh Malhar Festival, Lucknow Music Festival (2006), Suburban Music Circle, Kalaghoda festival, Alladiya Khansaheb Festival, Delhi Thumri Festival organized by Sahitya Kala Parishad.
She is a regular performer over All India Radio and has also recorded for Music Asia ("Alaap") and Star Plus ("Ninaad").
Dhanashree has been a visiting lecturer for Thumri at the S.N.D.T. University, Mumbai. She also trains leading jazz musicians in Indian vocal techniques.
Dhanashree regularly tours internationally, performing concerts and giving lecture demonstrations.
Her most recent tours were in the USA, New Zealand, to familiarize musicians from leading universities with Indian vocal techniques and classical music.