adeśa-kāle yad dānam apātrebhyaś ca dīyate
asatkṛitam avajñātaṁ tat tāmasam udāhṛitam
adeśa-kāle – The county’s region/land dream is of
dānam -one donates or gives to
apātrebhyas – the unworthy/undeserving that we fear
ca – also
dīyate – the light you offer in the form of charity
asatkṛitam – done performed for the unreal
avajñātaṁ – having awareness of this knowledge/wisdom unto
tat – that
tāmasam – ignorance in us
udāhṛitam – is said to be an illustration of this
The country’s region/land dream of is when one donates or gives to the unworthy/undeserving that we fear also, is the light you offer in the form of charity done performed for the unreal. Having awareness of this knowledge/wisdom from that ignorance in us is said to be an illustration of this.
What does it say in Gita?
The gift that is made at an improper time and place, to an unworthy recipient, unceremoniously and in a slighting manner that is said to be the nature of Tamas.
I do not believe the gifts are given this way, it is not without thoughtfulness. The nature of gift giving hopefully it is not for the unceremonious act that is happening in the nature of tamas or mode of ignorance.
The words are jumbled up again to draw meaning. After adesa-kale comes apatrebhyah?
There is no word for gift, “danam” stands for charity.
When you are reading Sanskrit from left to right you should be able to close your eyes to what it is you are reading, for example adesa kale yad danam to say country’s region or land dream is of when one donates. So starting a verse with a gift that is made at a improper place in time I don’t think is what this Sanskrit verse means.
asatkrtam- sat being real and asat being unreal and krtam is what is done or performed.
avajnatam- used in Telugu as avajna.
apatrebhyas – I used the Telugu word apatramu and bhyas. I want to add here just because a word is spelled differently and absorbed in other regional languages it does not change the root of the word is sanskrit.
If in chapter 1, text 42 there is a word patanti which means fall down, there must be truth to what I am doing. Patanti resembles lot like the Telugu word for fall down. It is not said or enunciated the same way or spelled in the same exact way as in the Gita text. Sanskrit is also a extinct language, it is no longer spoken. Telugu’s alone all do not speak the language the same way. I gave this as a example to say there maybe truth to what I am doing.