daivi sampad vimoksaya
ma sucah sampadam daivim
abhijato ’si pandava
Word for word:
daivi — transcendental; sampat — assets; vimoksaya — meant for liberation; nibandhaya — for bondage; asuri — demoniac qualities; mata — are considered; ma — do not; sucah — worry; sampadam — assets; daivim — transcendental; abhijatah — born of; asi — you are; pandava — O son of Pandu.
Translation by His Divine Grace A. C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Srila Prabhupada:
The transcendental qualities are conducive to liberation, whereas the demoniac qualities make for bondage. Do not worry, O son of Pandu, for you are born with the divine qualities.
Purport by His Divine Grace A. C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Srila Prabhupada:
Lord Krishna encouraged Arjuna by telling him that he was not born with demoniac qualities. His involvement in the ﬁght was not demoniac, because he was considering the pros and cons. He was considering whether respectable persons such as Bhisma and Drona should be killed or not, so he was not acting under the inﬂuence of anger, false prestige or harshness. Therefore he was not of the quality of the demons. For a ksatriya, a military man, shooting arrows at the enemy is considered transcendental, and refraining from such a duty is demoniac. Therefore there was no cause for Arjuna to lament. Anyone who performs the regulative principles of the different orders of life is transcendentally situated.