The Bhagavad Gita - Chapter 13.26
The Yoga of Discriminating the Field and the Knower of the Field
Whatever being is born, movable or immovable,
Know it to be born from the union of field
And the knower of the field, O Best of the Bhāratas.
yāvat samjāyate kimcit
inasmuch as it is born, any whatever
being, standing still or moving,
from the field and the field-knower union,
tad viddhi bharatarṣabha
that know! Bull of the Bharatas.
Know, Arjuna, that
Any being whatever that is born,
Moving or unmoving,
Arises from the union of the field and the knower of the field.
yāvat, so much, as much, inasmuch, as.
samjāyate (3rd sg. pr. indic. passive sam √jan), it is born.
kimcid. any whatever, any.
sattvam (n. nom. sg.), being, existence.
sthāvara (n.), standing still, not moving, inanimate.
jañgamam (n. nom. sg.), moving, animate, living.
(sthāvarjañgamam. n. nom. sg. DV cpd., standing and moving, standing or moving.)
kṣetra (n.), field.
kṣetrajña (m.), field knower.
samyogāt (m. abl. sg.), from the union.
(kṣetrakṣetrajñasamyogāt. m. abl. sg. TP cpd., from the union of the field and the field-knower.
tad (n. acc. sg.), this, that.
viddhi (2nd sg. imperative act. √vid), know! learn!
bharatarṣabha (m. voc. sg.), Bull of the Bharatas, epithet of Arjuna.