(Last Updated on : 17-09-2009)
Moha is a Sanskrit word which means 'attachment to things, which is a property of sensible objects. The 'Moha' is a word, which means a kind of ignorance, or illusion produced by the notion of property or possession. It is also related with consequent attachment to objects, as children and the like, as being one's own.
Moha also is also stated in the Bhagavata Purana
and Matsya Purana
amongst a series of Brahma
's progeny. It means virtues and vices.
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