Bhagavad Gita

ಅಧರ್ಮಾಭಿಭವಾತ್ ಕೃಷ್ಣ ಪ್ರದುಷ್ಯಂತಿ ಕುಲಸ್ತ್ರಿಯಃ ।
ಸ್ತ್ರೀಷು ದುಷ್ಟಾಸು ವಾರ್ಷ್ಣೇಯ ಜಾಯತೇ ವರ್ಣಸಂಕರಃ ॥೪೧॥
adharmābhibhavāt kṛṣṇa praduṣyaṃti kulastriyaḥ |
strīṣu duṣṭāsu vārṣṇeya jāyate varṇasaṃkaraḥ ||41||

Sloka 1:41
Gist of the sloka:
O Varshneya, due to the assault on the society, women would lose their way. The society then would be subject to mixing of the varnas.
Due to the war, most of youth in the society would die. Society lacking in able bodied youth would be unable to protect the innocent women. Due to which the society might misuse her innocence and perpetuate mixing of varnas affecting the society.
Varna here indicates [swabhava] characteristic of an individual not Jatti [as being born into community].
The ancient texts indicate that the women should not be forced into higher education or tasks against her will, as it causes deep stress and would affect her health including reproductive organs like uterus. She would already have been burdened enough with the household and responsibilities of looking after a family. Any additional stress is not required, and it is sure to have definite implications to the child who might be born to her.
Also, if she develops relationships with multiple men, the psychological impact would result in a child who would not adhere nor show any responsibility towards the societal norms or other dharmas. This would over a period of time destroy the balance in the society affecting all. This is the purport of Arjuna indicating ‘mixing of varnas’.
Arjuna addresses Lord Krishna as ‘Varshneya’. The originator and most important king in the Yadava dynasty is King named ‘Varshni’. Lord Krishna belong to this dynasty is called as Varshneya – one who belongs to Varshni dynasty.
The Lord name Varshneya is also mentioned in the Vedas. The name also means one who descended to Earth and one who gives the required power to the demi-Gods to perform their jobs. Arjuna uses this name in the sense ‘why you, who gives the power to demi-Gods is not stopping this war and destruction?’.