One of the Brahma worlds of the Rūpaloka plane. Beings are born there as a result of developing the Fourth Jhāna (AbhS. chap. v., see. 3 d).
Their life span is five hundred mahakalpas, (Ibid., sec. 6; A.ii.128, 129) and even puthujjanas can be born there (VbhA.376).
Baka Brahma was once an inhabitant of Vehapphala (J.iii.358; SA .i.162).
Anāgāmīs born there reach Nibbāna without going elsewhere (VbhA.522).
Buddhaghosa explains (Ibid., 521= MA.i.29) the name thus: vipulā phalā ti = Vehapphalā. In ages in which the world is destroyed by wind, Vehapphala forms the limit of the destruction (CypA.9).