Thakurdas - stands for thakur das - means God Thakur - Lord Kirshna - and we are follower of deity Kirshna hence its 'Thakurdas'
The Bhagavad-gita is the famous philosophical discourse that took place between Lord Krishna and the warrior Arjuna, just before the onset of the great Bharata War (c. 3138 BC). Although widely published and read by itself, the Bhagavad-gita originally appears as an episode in the Sixth Book of the Mahabharata (Bhismaparvan, 23-40).
In this treatise of 700 verses, Lord Krishna systematically surveys the major Vedic dharmas and shows how each directs a person toward the ultimate conclusion, the "most confidential of all knowledge." He analyzes the performance of sacrifices and the worship of demigods; He discusses the yogas of work, meditation, and knowledge. In each case, Krishna shows how it leads to the "most secrets of all secrets, " pure loving devotional service to God. "Always think of Me and become My devotee. Worship Me and offer you homage unto Me." This, Krishna says is "the most confidential part of knowledge."
From Bhagwat Geeta
Renounce attachment to the fruits
One of the major obstacles in our life is attachment to the fruits of our actions. This, too, will disappear through our invocation of Om throughout all our acts. This is because, as Patanjali assures us, through the japa and meditation of Om our consciousness will turn inward, the inner divine eye will open, and seeing all things in their true nature, the fruits of our actions will no longer seem relevant to us.
Be even-tempered in success and failure
Even-mindedness in success and failure is virtually impossible to achieve by mind-gaming, and in the final analysis worthless. Here, too, it is the fixing of the consciousness on/in God that does the needful. “Be absorbed in me, lodge your mind in me: thus you shall dwell in me, do not doubt it, here and hereafter.”10 When a person dwells in God, what outside success or failure can mean anything to him? What desire or attachment can arise in someone who is united in consciousness to the Source of all?
Perform every action with your heart fixed on the Supreme Lord
The first–an all-encompassing–factor of right action is the fixing of the mind and heart on God. That is easy to say, but what does it really mean? Krishna is not wasting our time with lovely thoughts that have no substance or effect but a warmy-goody feeling. He is being eminently practical.