Chapter II sloka 62

Xyaytae iv;yaNpu<s> s¼Ste;Upjayte,
s¼aTs<jayte kam> kamaT³aexae=i-jayte.

dhy˜yato viÿay˜npuÕsa× 
saðgastesh¨paj˜yate | 
saðg˜tsañj˜yate k˜ma×
k˜m˜tkrodho'bhij˜yate ( 2|62)||

When a man thinks of the objects, attachment for them arises; from attachment desire is born; from desire anger arises.