Definition of Lobha. Meaning of Lobha. Synonyms of Lobha

Definition of Lobha. Meaning of Lobha. Synonyms of Lobha

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- Raga (Sanskrit, also rāga; Pali lobha; Tibetan: 'dod chags) is a Buddhist concept of character affliction or poison referring to any form of "greed,...
- are the six enemies of the mind, which are: kama (lust), krodha (anger), lobha (greed), moha (attachment), mada (pride), and matsarya (jealousy); the negative...
- Desire (Sanskrit: Kama) 2. Anger (Sanskrit: Krodha) 3. Greed (Sanskrit: Lobha) 4. Arrogance (Sanskrit: Mada) 5. Attachment (Sanskrit: Moha) 6. Jealousy...
- finds a detailed discussion of the nature and function of kama, krodha, lobha, moha and ahankara and many other kindred vices. The old Pali texts contain...
- 65) enumerate ten defilements (dasa kilesa-vatthūni) as follows: greed (lobha) hate (dosa) delusion (moha) conceit (māna) wrong views (micchāditthi) doubt...
- (Sanskrit vikāra) refers to the six impurities of the mind (Kāma, Krodha, Lobha, Moha, Mada, and Mātsarya). Rambhadracharya adds that these five afflictions...
- different metaphors to describe the insight, which implied the extinction of lobha (greed), dosa (hate) and moha (delusion). In Theravada Buddhism, bodhi and...
- ignorance avidyā (Skt.); avijjā (Pāli); ma rigpa (Tib.) Attachment rāga lobha 'dod chags desire, sensuality, greed n/a Aversion dveṣa dosa zhe sdang...
- comfort), Santosha (contentment); by Pusht́i (o****nce), the progeny was Lobha (cupidity, greed); by Medhá (wisdom, experience), Sruta (sacred tradition);...
- from our text; being in each descent, however, twins which intermarry, or Lobha (covetousness) and Nikriti, who produce Krodha (wrath) and Hinsá: their...
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