Bhagavad Gita Chapter 2, Shlok 51

karma-jaṁ buddhi-yuktā hi phalaṁ tyaktvā manīṣhiṇaḥ
janma-bandha-vinirmuktāḥ padaṁ gachchhanty-anāmayam

The wise endowed with equanimity of intellect, abandon attachment to the fruits of actions, which bind one to the cycle of life and death. By working in such consciousness, they attain the state beyond all suffering.

Word by Word Meaning:

karma-jam - born of fruitive actions
buddhi-yuktāḥ - endowed with equanimity of intellect
hi - as
phalam - fruits
tyaktvā - abandoning
manīṣhiṇaḥ - the wise
janma-bandha-vinirmuktāḥ - freedom from the bondage of life and death
padam - state
gachchhanti - attain
anāmayam - devoid of sufferings

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