Arjun, fearlessly guided by the Supreme Lord as his charioteer, firmly believed in the rightful claim of the Pandavas to half of the kingdom of Hastinapur. However, the Kauravas, the wicked sons of Dhritarashtra, refused to share it. Arjun was resolute and prepared for battle, determined to reclaim what was rightfully theirs and hold the Kauravas accountable for their past misdeeds.
His request to position the chariot in the heart of the battlefield was to assess the Kaurava army closely. Arjun aimed to identify all those who had aligned with injustice. He was committed to ensuring that they faced the consequences of their choices and that none of them would be spared due to their affiliation with the wrong side.