SB 12.3.22

tapaḥ-satya-dayā-dāneṣv
 ardhaṁ hrasvati dvāpare
hiṁsātuṣṭy-anṛta-dveṣair
 dharmasyādharma-lakṣaṇaiḥ
Synonyms: 
tapaḥ — of austerity; satya — truth; dayā — mercy; dāneṣu — and charity; ardham — one half; hrasvati — diminishes; dvāpare — in the age of Dvāpara; hiṁsā — by violence; atuṣṭi — dissatisfaction; anṛta — untruth; dveṣaiḥ — and hatred; dharmasya — of religion; adharma-lakṣaṇaiḥ — by the qualities of irreligion.
Translation: 
In Dvāpara-yuga the religious qualities of austerity, truth, mercy and charity are reduced to one half by their irreligious counterparts — dissatisfaction, untruth, violence and enmity.