The Bhagavad Gita - Chapter 13.9
The Yoga of Discriminating the Field and the Knower of the Field
Nonattachment, lack of clinging to son, wife, home, and the like,
Constant even mindedness in desirable and undesirable occurrences,
non-attachment, absence of clinging
to son, wife, home beginning with,
nityam ca samacittatvam
and constantly even mindedness
toward desired and undesired events,
Non-attachment, absence of clinging
To son, wife, home, and so on, And constant even-mindedness
Toward desired and undesired events;
asaktis (f. nom. sg.), non-attachment, absence of clinging.
anabhiṣvañgas (m. nom. sg.), absence of clinging, non-attachment.
putra (m.), son.
dāra (m.), wife.
gṛha (m.), home, house.
ādi (m. loco pl.), beginning with, et cetera.
(putradāragṛhādiṣu, m. loco pI. TP cpd., to son, wife, home, et cetera.)
nityam (adv.), constant, perpetual, as adv. perpetually.
samacittatvam (n. nom. sg.), evenness of mind, steadiness of thought.
iṣṭa (p. pass. participle √iṣ), desired.
upapattiṣu (f. loco pl.), in happenings, in events.
(iṣṭāniṣṭopapattiṣu, f. loco pI. KD cpd., toward desired and undesired events.)