The Bhagavad Gita - Chapter 13.8
The Yoga of Discriminating the Field and the Knower of the Field
Dispassion toward sense objects, lack of identification with the I,
Perception of the evils of birth and death
Of old age and sickness and pain,
toward the objects of the senses, aversion,
anahmnkāra eva ca
and absence of egotism,
pain-evil keeping in view,
Indifference to the objects of sense,
And absence of egotism;
Keeping in view the evils of birth, death,
Old age, disease, and pain;
indriyārtheṣu (m. loco pl.), in the objects of sense, toward the objects of sense.
vāiriāgyam (n. nom. sg.), aversion, hatred.
anahmnkāras (m. nom. sg.), absence of egotism, absence of the sense of “I,” lit. “not I making.”
eva, indeed (used as a rhythmic filler).
janma (n.), birth.
mṛtyu (m.), death.
jarā (f.), becoming old, old age, decrepitude.
vyādhi (m.), disease, ailment, sickness.
duḥkha (n.), plain, misery, unhappiness.
doṣa (m.), wrong, evil.
anudarśanam (n. nom. sg.), keeping in view, keeping in mind.
(janmamṛtyujarāvyādhiduḥkhadoṣānudarśanam, n. nom. sg. TP cpd., keeping in view the evils of birth, death, old age, disease and pain.)