यत्र योगेश्वरः कृष्णो यत्र पार्थो धनुर्धरः
तत्र श्रीर्विजयो भूतिर्ध्रुवा नीतिर्मतिर्मम
Wherever there is Krishna, the master of all mystics, and wherever there is Arjuna, the supreme archer, there will also certainly be opulence, victory, extraordinary power and morality. That is my opinion.
The Bhagavad-gita began with an inquiry of Dhritrashtra’s. He was hopeful of the victory of his sons, assisted by great warriors of the Kaurava camp like Bhishma, Dronacharya and Arjuna’s arch-rival Karna who was a premarital progeny of Kunti and hence a brother of Pandavas but was abandoned by her fearing public criticism. With such stalwarts, Dhritarashtra was very hopeful that his son Duryodhana would emerge victorious at the end of the battle of Mahabharata and get the throne. But, as we know in the beginning of Gita, Sanjay, the commentator with divine sight told the Kaurava king that where the combination of Krishna and Arjuna are present, all good fortunes and victory would be ensured.
Sanjaya’s prediction about the certainty of Arjuna’s victory was based on the presence of Krishna as the charioteer. Arjuna was fighting on behalf of his elder brother Yudhisthira, the man who always spoke the truth . Hence, metaphorically we can say that that the victory finally certainly comes to those who stick to the path of truthfulness, whatever hardships may have to be faced.
In this last hymn, the Bhagavad-gita beautifully summarizes the most powerful moral teaching of life- be truthful, be focused, have supreme unwavering confidence in your abilities, never fear the battles of life, be ready for renunciation and finally- surrender to the forces beyond your physical existence, that is God, divinity, nature. This surrender will not only sublimate your desires, it will also lead you to the right path as then you will have the god as your friend, philosopher and guide. And he will surely lead you to victory, happiness, opulence and supreme bliss.
The last instruction of the last chapter of the Bhagavad-gita is also known as a powerful mantra to ensure victory and attract opulence of all kinds. Chanting it daily in the morning for merely 27 times can yield magical results in a very short span of time. This should be preferably done in the morning before setting out for the daily routine.
Just start doing it and see the results.