Concealment of having acted improperly

The mental factor of hiding and not admitting, either to others or to oneself, one's naturally uncommendable actions, such as taking a life, or prohibited uncommendable actions, such as eating after noon for a monastic. One of the twenty auxiliary (secondary) disturbing emotions.

Tibetan: འཆབ་པ། 'chab-pa

Other languages

Deutsch: Verbergen unangemessenen Handelns
Русский: Утаивание неправильных действий