Chapter III Sloka 43

@v< buÏe> pr< buωva s<St_yaTmanmaTmna, 
jih zÇu< mhabahae kamêp< Êrasdm! .


` tTsidit ïImd! -gvÌItasUpin;Tsu äüiv*aya< yaegzaôe ïIk«:[ajuRns<vade kmRyaegae nam t&tIyae=Xyay>.

evaÕ buddhe× paraÕ buddhv˜
saÕstabhy˜tm˜nam˜tman˜ | 
jahi þatruÕ mah˜b˜ho 
k˜mar¨paÕ dur˜sadam 


om tatsaditi þreemad bhagavadgeet˜su upaniÿatsu brahmavidy˜y˜Õ yogaþ˜stre þreek®ÿõ˜rjunasaÕv˜de karmayogo n˜ma t®teeyo'dhy˜ya× ( 3|43)||

Thus knowing Him, who is superior to intellect, and restraining the self by the Self, slay you, mighty-armed, the enemy in the form of 'desire', no doubt hard indeed to conquer.