A village in the Vajji country, where the Buddha stayed on his last journey, in the Ananda cetiya, and where he preached a sermon on the four Mahāpadesā (the "Great Authorities") (D.ii.124f.; A.ii.167ff).
From Bhoga he went on to Pāvā (D.ii.126).
Bhoga was one of the places passed by Bāvari's pupils on their way to Rājagaha. It lay between Pāvā and Vesāli. SN.vs.1013.