कैर्मया सह योद्धव्यमस्मिन्रणसमुद्यमे।।1.22।।
।।1.22।।जिससे मैं युद्ध की इच्छा से खड़े इन लोगों का निरीक्षण कर सकूँ कि इस युद्ध में मुझे किनके साथ युद्ध करना है।
Addressing Lord Krishna as Acutya, the infallible one, Sanjaya repeats Arjuna request to Lord Krishna to position the chariot in the middle, between the two firmly opposing armies indicating the mighty strength of Lord Krishna firmness on all sides. There is no rule of warfare stating that one should fight in only one place. Yet why should Arjuna request to have the chariot stationed between the two armies? In this verse he states that he wishes to observe those arrayed against him desiring to fight. If it is asked has he come to witness the battle as a spectator or to fight? Arjuna has no intention of being a spectator; but to see those opponents who he is worthy to fight against and who are worthy to fight against him.