Bhagavad Gita Chapter 2, Shlok 19

ya enaṁ vetti hantāraṁ yaśh chainaṁ manyate hatam
ubhau tau na vijānīto nāyaṁ hanti na hanyate

Neither of them is in knowledge—the one who thinks the soul can slay and the one who thinks the soul can be slain. For truly, the soul neither kills nor can it be killed.

Word by Word Meaning:

yaḥ - one who
enam - this
vetti - knows
hantāram - the slayer
yaḥ - one who
cha - and
enam - this
manyate - thinks
hatam - slain
ubhau - both
tau - they
na - not
vijānītaḥ - in knowledge
na - neither
ayam - this
hanti - slays
na - nor
hanyate - is killed

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