Bhagavad Gita Chapter 2, Shlok 42

yāmimāṁ puṣhpitāṁ vāchaṁ pravadanty-avipaśhchitaḥ
veda-vāda-ratāḥ pārtha nānyad astīti vādinaḥ

Those with limited understanding, get attracted to the flowery words of the Vedas, which advocate ostentatious rituals for elevation to the celestial abodes, and presume no higher principle is described in them. 

Word by Word Meaning:

yām imām - all these
puṣhpitām - flowery
vācham - words
pravadanti - speak
avipaśhchitaḥ - those with limited understanding
veda-vāda-ratāḥ - attached to the flowery words of the Vedas
pārtha - Arjun, the son of Pritha
na anyat - no other
asti - is 
iti - thus
vādinaḥ - advocate

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