The Bhagavad Gita - Chapter 13.18
The Yoga of Discriminating the Field and the Knower of the Field
Thus the field, knowledge, and what is to be known has been briefly stated.
Devoted to me, having understood this,
One arrives at this state of mine.
iti kṣetram tathā jñānam
thus the field, thus knowledge
jñeyam coktam samāsataḥ
and the to-be-known, described briefly.
madbhakta etad vijñāya
my devotee, this understanding,
to my state of being approaches.
Thus the field, knowledge,
And the object of knowledge have been briefly described.
My devotee, understanding this,
Enters into My state of being.
kṣetram (n. nom. sg.), field.
jñānam (n. nom. sg.), knowledge, wisdom.
jñeyam (n. nom. sg. gerundive √jñā), the to-be-known, the object of knowledge.
uktam (n. nom. sg. p. pass. participle √vac), said, described, explained.
samāsatas, with briefness, briefly, in brief.
madbhaktas (m. nom. sg.), devotee of me, my devotee, my worshipper.
etad (n. acc. sg.), this.
vijñāya (gerund vi √jñā), understanding, comprehending.
madbhāvāya (m. dat. sg.), to my state of being.
upapadyate (3rd sg. pr. indic. mid. upa √pad), he approaches, he enters, he arrives at.