Bhagavad Gita Chapter 3, Shlok 1

arjuna uvācha
jyāyasī chet karmaṇas te matā buddhir janārdana
tat kiṁ karmaṇi ghore māṁ niyojayasi keśhava

 Arjun said: O Janardan, if you consider knowledge superior to action, then why do you ask me to wage this terrible war?

Word by Word Meaning:

arjunaḥ uvācha - Arjun said
jyāyasī - superior
chet - if
karmaṇaḥ - than fruitive action
te - by you
matā - is considered
buddhiḥ - intellect
janārdana - he who looks after the public, Krishna
tat - then
kim - why
karmaṇi - action
ghore - terrible
mām - me
niyojayasi - do you engage
keśhava - Krishna, the killer of the demon named Keshi

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