The Bhagavad Gita - Chapter 13.4
The Yoga of Discriminating the Field and the Knower of the Field
This has been sung many times by sages,
In various hymns separately,
And also in the well-reasoned and definitive aphorisms about Brahman.
ṛṣhir bahudhā gītam
by the seers many times chanted
chandobhir vividhāiḥ pṛthak
with sacred (Vedic) hymns vanous, distinctly,
and with Brahman aphroisms,
provided with reasons, and definite,
Sages have sung of it in many ways, distinctly,
In various sacred (Vedic) hymns,
And with quotations concerning Brahman,
Full of reasoning.
ṛṣhis (m. ins!. pl.), by the seers.
bahudhā, many times, in many ways.
gītam (m. acc. sg. p. pass. participle √gāi), sung, chanted.
chandobhis (n. ins!. pl.), with sacred hymns, with Vedic hymns.
vividhāis (n. ins!. pl.), of many kinds, various.
pṛthak (adv.), distinctly, separately, singly.
brahmasūtrapadāis (n. ins!. pI. TP cpd.), with Brahman aphorisms, with lines sacred to the Brahmans.
eva, indeed (used as a rhythmic filler).
hetumadbhis (m.ln. ins!. pl.), with full reasons, provided with reasons.
viniścitāis (m.ln. inst. pl.), with definite, with undeniable, with unquestionable.