The Sarada Math was originally an idea of Swami Vivekananda, aimed at the upliftment of women. Fifty years after his death, a group of his followers set up the Math at Dakshineshwar. Today, the Sarada Math runs numerous educational centres throughout India.
Bansuri extended financial support to their primary schools in Pune, which provides free quality education to over 200 children; mostly children of brick kiln workers and daily wage earners. These children would otherwise have no access to education.
The school curriculum emphasises value education, character building, health and hygiene, the creative arts and secular thought. Bansuri believes that these form an intrinsic part of education.