In India, pedagogy based on Indian Culture was diminished during the Mughal period. Afterwards, British developed their pedagogy in India with their motive to make Indians slave of British Culture.
After the Independence of our nation, most of the aware citizens and politicians came forward to abolish this western pedagogy but none of them could succeed. Moreover, they surrendered to the web of the western pedagogy.
A pedagogy can never be helpful in the benefit of any nation until it joins the youth of that country and its soil, its culture and ancestors. To achieve this target, few courageous and patriotic citizens established first Saraswati Shishu Mandir in 1952 at Gorakhpur.
This initiative seemed to be helpful in the progress of our nation and it resulted in coming up of more than 25000 Vidya Mandir around the nation with more than 1.25 lakh teachers and more than 30 lakh students.  Keeping this trend alive. Another Saraswati Vidya Mandir was developed at Dhanuka Vidyalaya campus, Vrindavan, and an outstanding response of the students there incited the opening of another senior secondary school at Keshav Dham in 2004. Today separate schools for boys and girls are being run by Keshav Dham at its premises successfully.