The Bhagavad Gita - Chapter 3.7
The Yoga of Action
7. But he who controls his senses by his mind, O Arjuna,
And, without attachment,
engages the action-senses in karmayoga,
yas tvindriyāṇi manastā
who but the senses by the mind
controlling he undertakes, Arjuna,
by the action-organs, action yoga,
asaktaḥ sa viśiṣyate
unattached, he is distinguished.
But he who undertakes the control
of the senses by the mind, Arjuna,
and, without attachment, engages the organs of action
in the yoga of action, is superior.
yas (m. nom. sg.), who.
indriyāṇi (n. acc. pl.), senses, powers.
manasā (n. inst. sg.), by the mind, with the mind.
niyamya (gerund ni √yam), controlling, subduing.
ārabhate (3rd sg. pr. indic. mid. ā √rambh), he undertakes, he commences, he begins, he engages.
arjuna (m. voc. sg.), Arjuna.
karmendriyāis (karma indriyāis, m. inst. pl. TP cpd.), by the organs of action, by the powers of action.
karmayogam (m. acc. sg. TP cpd.), action-Yoga, the Yoga of action.
asaktas (m. nom. sg. p. pass. participle a √sañj), unattached, not hanging onto.
sas (m. nom. sg.), he, this.
viśiṣyate (3rd sg. pr. pass. vi √śiṣ), he is distinguished, he is superior.