The Bhagavad Gita - Chapter 3.6
The Yoga of Action
6. He who controls his powers of action,
but continues to remember sense objects with his mind,
Is deluded and is to be called a hypocrite.
action powers restraining,
ya āste manasā smaran
who he sits by the mind remembering
the objects of the senses, deluded self,
mithyācāraḥ sa ucyate
a hypocrite, he, it is said.
He who sits, restraining his organs of action,
While in his mind brooding over
The objects of the senses, with a
Is said to be a hypocrite.
karmendriyāṇi (n. acc. pI. TP cpd. karma indriyāṇi, action-powers, powers of action.
samyamya (gerund sam √yam), restraining, subduing, controlling.
yas (m. nom. sg.), who, which.
āste (3rd sg. pro indic. mid. √as), he sits.
manasā (n. inst. sg.), by the mind, with the mind.
smaran (m. nom. sg. pr. participle √smṛ), remembering, thinking of.
indriyārthān (indriya arthān, m. acc. pI. TP cpd.), sense-objects, objects of the senses, objects of the powers.
vimūḍha (p. pass. participle vi √muh), deluded, confused.
ātmā (m. nom. sg.), self.
mithyācāras (m. nom. sg.), of false behavior, hypocrisy, a hypocrite.
sas (m. nom. sg.), he, this.
ucyate (3rd sg. pr. indic. passive √vac), it is said, he is called, he is said to be.