Bhagavad Gita: Chapter 15, Verse 20

इति गुह्यतमं शास्त्रमिदमुक्तं मयानघ |
एतद्बुद्ध्वा बुद्धिमान्स्यात्कृतकृत्यश्च भारत || 20||

iti guhyatamaṁ śhāstram idam uktaṁ mayānagha
etad buddhvā buddhimān syāt kṛita-kṛityaśh cha bhārata

itithese; guhya-tamammost secret; śhāstramVedic scriptures; idamthis; uktamspoken; mayāby me; anaghaArjun, the sinless one; etatthis; buddhvāunderstanding; buddhi-mānenlightened; syātone becomes; kṛita-kṛityaḥwho fulfills all that is to be accomplished; chaand; bhārataArjun, theson of Bharat


BG 15.20: I have shared this most secret principle of the Vedic scriptures with you, O sinless Arjun. By understanding this, a person becomes enlightened, and fulfills all that is to be accomplished.


The final verse of this chapter begins with the word iti, meaning “these.” Shree Krishna implies: “In these twenty verses I have summarized the import of all the Vedic scriptures. I have taken you from the description of the nature of the world, to the distinction between matter and spirit, and finally to the highest realization of Absolute Truth as the Supreme Divine Personality. Now I give you my assurance that whoever embraces this knowledge will become truly enlightened. Such a soul will accomplish the goal of all works and duties, which is God-realization.”