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In Buddhism, the Pali word kilesa (Sanskrit: kle┼Ťa or klesha) is used to mean "defilements" or "corruptions". Three main kinds of kilesa are:

  1. lobha: greed, lust (rāga), attachment. (Compare rajas.)
  2. dosa: hatred, aversion.
  3. moha: delusion, sloth, ignorance (avijjā). (Compare tamas.)

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