बुद्धेर्भेदं धृतेश्चैव गुणतस्त्रिविधं श्रृणु।
प्रोच्यमानमशेषेण पृथक्त्वेन धनञ्जय।।18.29।।
18.29. You must listen [from Me] to the three-fold division of the intellect and also of content both being expounded completely and individually, [by Me] basing on the Strands, O Dhananjaya !
18.29 Buddheh etc. Intellect : the faculty of resolving. Content : satisfaction. After having performed either good or wicked action, everyone, at the end, feels what is to be necessarily performed has been performed; so why furhter more ? Or else what could be the cause for [ones] retiring from that action ? Therefore in every one there is content. This is the meaning intended here. The word-meaning, that is not clearly known-that alone is certainly explained [hereinafter].
Buddherbhedam dhriteshchaiva gunatastrividham shrinu; Prochyamaanamasheshena prithaktwena dhananjaya.
buddheḥ—of intellect; bhedam—the distinctions; dhṛiteḥ—of determination; cha—and; eva—certainly; guṇataḥ tri-vidham—according to the three modes of material nature; śhṛiṇu—hear; prochyamānam—described; aśheṣheṇa—in detail; pṛithaktvena—distinctly; dhanañjaya—conqueror of wealth, Arjun