Moha (Pāli, Skt.). ‘Delusion’, which prevents discernment of truth in Hinduism and Buddhism. In the latter, it is one of the three ‘unwholesome roots’ (akuśalamūla) which, together with craving (lobha)—or attachment (raga)—and hatred (dosa) leads to rebirth and suffering in cyclic existence (saṃsāra).
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