Chapter 18: Conclusion-The Perfection of Renunciation
yaya tu dharma-kamarthan
dhrtya dharayate 'rjuna
dhrtih sa partha rajasi
yayä—by which; tu—but; dharma-käma-arthän—for religiosity and economic development; dhåtyä—by determination; dhärayate—in such terms; arjuna—O Arjuna; prasaìgena—for that; phala-äkäìkñé—desiring fruitive result; dhåtiù—determination; sä—that; pärtha—O son of Påthä; räjasé—in the mode of passion.
And that determination by which one holds fast to fruitive result in religion, economic development and sense gratification is of the nature of passion, O Arjuna.
Any person who is always desirous of fruitive results in religious or economic activities, whose only desire is sense gratification, and whose mind, life and senses are thus engaged, is in the mode of passion.