The Bhagavad Gita - Chapter 1.14
The Yoga of Arjuna’s Crisis
Then Mādhava (Krsna)
And the son of Pāndu (Arjuna),
Both stationed in a great chariot
Yoked to white horses,
Blew their wondrous conches.
tataḥ śvetāir hayāir yukte
then with white horses yoked
mahati syandane sthitāu
in the great chariot standing
the Descendant of Madhu (Krishna) and
divyāu śañkhāu pradadhmatuḥ
divine conch horns they blew forth.
Then, standing in the great chariot
Yoked with white horses,
Krishna and Arjuna
Sounded forth their divine conch horns.
tatas, then, thereupon, from thence .
śvetāis (m. inst. pl.), with white, by white.
hayāis (m. inst. pl.), with horses, by horses.
yukte (m. loco sg. p. pass. participle √yuj), yoked, joined, in yoke.
mahati (m. loco sg.), in the great, in the mighty.
syandane (m. loco sg.), in the “fast-running,” in the chariot.
sthitāu (m. nom. dual), standing, situated.
Mādhavas (m. nom. sg.), descendant of Madhu, Krishna (the Yadavas, Krishna’s tribe, was descended from Madhu, not to be confused with the asura Madhu who was killed by Vishnu).
pāṇḍavas (m. nom. sg.), Son of Paṇḍu, Arjuna. Paṇḍu was a brother of Dhṛtarāṣṭra and officially the father of the five Pāṇḍavasa brothers, including Arjuna.
eva, indeed (used as a rhythmic filler).
divyāu (m. n. nom. acc. dual), the two divine, the two heavenly.
śañkhāu (m. n. nom. acc. dual), the two conch horns.
pradadhmatus (3rd dual perfect act. pra √dhma), they two blew forth.