The Bhagavad Gita - Chapter 1.41
The Yoga of Arjuna’s Crisis
When adharma conquers, O Krsna,
The women in a family become corrupt;
And among fallen women, O Vārsneya (Krsna), caste-mixture arises.
from overpowenng’ by lawlessness, Krishna,
they are corrupted, the family women;
strīṣu uṣṭāsu vārṣṇeya
women corrupted, O Clansman of Vṛṣṇi,
is born the intermixture of caste
Because of the ascendancy of lawlessness, Krishna,
The family women are corrupted;
When women are corrupted, O Krishna,
The intermixture of caste is born.
adharmabhibhavāt (m. abl. sg.), from overpowering by lawlessness, because of the ascendancy of lawlessness (adharma, lawlessness;
abhibhavāt, from over-powering).
kṛṣṇa, (m. voc. sg.), Krishna.
praduṣyanti (3rd pI. pr. indic. act. pra √duṣ), they become spoiled, they are corrupted.
kula (n.), family.
striyas (f. nom. pl.), women.
(kula-striyas, f. nom. pI., women of the family.)
strīṣu (f. loco pl.), in women.
duṣṭāsu (f. loco pI. p. pass. participle √duṣ), corrupted, spoiled.
(striṣu duṣṭāsu, loco absol., when women are corrupted.)
vārṣṇeya (m. voc. sg.), Clansman of Vṛṣṇi, frequent epithet of Krishna. Vfṛṣṇi (“potent,” “manly”) is a name of the Yādava or Mādhava tribe, or another closely related tribe, to which Krishna belongs.
jāyate (3rd sg. pr. indic. passive √jan), it is born, it is produced.
varṇa (m.), caste, color.
samkaras (m. nom. sg. from sam √kṛ), intermixture, pouring together, becoming confused.
(varṇa-samkaras, m. nom. sg. TP cpd., intermixture of caste.)
dharma – third occurrence