The Bhagavad Gita - Chapter 1.45
The Yoga of Arjuna’s Crisis
We have heard, O Janārdana,
That a place in hell is reserved
For men of a family whose dharmas are destroyed.
of obliterated family laws
of men, 0 Agitator of Men
narake ‘niyatam vāso
in hell indefinitely dwelling
it is, thus we have heard repeatedly.
Men whose family laws have been obliterated,
Dwell indefinitely in hell,
Thus we have heard repeatedly,
utsanna (p. pass. participle ud √sad), obliterated, disappeared, abolished.
kula (n.), family.
dharmāṇām (m. gen. pl.), of laws, of duties.
(utsannakuladharmāṇām, m. gen. pI. BV cpd., whose family laws are obliterated.)
manuṣyāṇām (m. gen. pl.), of men, of mankind.
janārdana (m. voc. sg.), Agitator of Men, frequent epithet of Krishna.
narake (m. loco sg.), in hell.
aniyatam (adv.), uncertainly, indefinitely, irregularly, unrestrictedly, eternally.
vāsas (m. nom. sg. derivative noun √vas), dwelling.
bhavati (3rd sg. pr. indic. act. √bhū), it is, there is.
anuśuśruma 1rst pI. perf. act. anu √śru), we have heard, we have heard repeatedly.
dharma – fifth occurrence