Thank you Bhante.
This helps me.
I am looking for some info regarding the state of mind at the birth of Buddha.
Is that dominated by non attachment, non aversion and wisdom?
Please see the full description of your link.
Carita signifies the intrinsic nature of a person which
is revealed when one is in a normal state without
being preoccupied with anything. The temperaments
of people differ owing to the diversity of their actions
or Kammas. Habitual actions tend to form particular
Ràga (lust) is predominant in some, while dosa
(anger, hatred or illwill), in others. Most people
belong to these two categories. There are a few others
who lack intelligence and are more or less ignorant
(mohacarita). Akin to the ignorant are those
whose minds oscillate, unable to focus their attention
deliberately on one thing (vitakkacarita). By
nature some are exceptionally devout (saddhàcarita),
while others are exceptionally intelligent