19. vidyā vivādāya

विद्या विवादाय धनं मदाय
शक्तिः परेषां परिपीडनाय ।
खलस्य साधोर्विपरीतमेतद्
ज्ञानाय दानाय च रक्षणाय ॥

vidyā vivādāya dhanaṃ madāya
śaktiḥ pareṣāṃ paripīḍanāya ।
khalasya sādhorviparītametad
jñānāya dānāya ca rakṣaṇāya ॥

खलस्य (khalasya) = for the wicked
विद्या (vidyā) = knowledge
विवादाय (vivādāya) =(is) for debate / dispute
धनं (dhanaṃ) = wealth
मदाय (madāya) = (is) for pride
शक्तिः (śaktiḥ) = power
परेषां परिपीडनाय (pareṣāṃ paripīḍanāya) = (is) for causing pain to others.
साधोः एतत् विपरीतम् (sadhoḥ etat viparītam) = for the noble, it is opposite.
ज्ञानाय (jñānāya) = (knowledge is) for wisdom
दानाय (dānāya) = (wealth is) for sharing / charity
च (ca) = and
रक्षणाय (rakṣaṇāya) = (power is) for protecting (others).

Hint: चतुर्थी विभक्ति (caturthī vibhakti) (Dative Case)

Meaning: Author is cautioning that we should not allow knowledge, wealth and power to corrupt us.

Credits: Courtesy Brahmachari Ved Chaitanya of Chinmaya International Foundation (CIF), I realized that learning one Sanskrit verse a week is not a big deal. In this series, I am just repeating what has been taught by Shri Vedji as part of Sanskrit for Shastra-Study Course by CIF. The classes for this course are available on YouTube here.
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P.S.: All errors / mistakes are my own