The Bhagavad Gita - Chapter 12.20
The Yoga of Devotion
But those who have faith and are intent on me,
And follow this immortal dharma
which I have stated earlier,
Those so devoted to me
are exceedingly dear to me.
ye (m. nom. pl.), who.
tu, but, indeed.
dharmya (n.), righteousness, virtue, duty, wisdom.
amṛtam (n. acc. sg.), nectar, immortality. (dharmyāmṛtam, n. acc. sg., has been translated both “nectar of duty” and “immortal law.”)
idam (n. acc. sg.), this.
yathā, in which way, as, above, previously.
uktam (n. acc. sg. p. pass. participle √vac), declared, said, propounded.
paryupāsate (3rd pI. pr. indic. mid. pari upa √ās), they worship, they honor.
śraddadhānās (m. nom. pl.), faith holding, giving faith.
matparamās (m. nom. pl.), intent on me as supreme object, holding me as highest object.
bhaktās (m. nom. pl.), devoted.
te (m. nom. pl.), they.
atīva (adv.), exceedingly, surpassingly. me (gen. sg.), of me, to me.
priyās (m. nom. pl.), dear, beloved.