Bhogya means an object of enjoyment or experience. Every form of enjoyment we know of is a “Bhogya Vasthu” or an object of our enjoyment or experience — be it good music, good food, a good book or even a nice conversation with a friend. What we call “life” is a series of experiences and each such experience is associated with an appropriate “Bhogya Vasthu”.
Bhogam in Sanskrit means pleasure or enjoyment, so Bhogya is that which is worthy of being enjoyed or experienced.
Sustainable by definition means that which can be upheld and sustainability is the ability to exist constantly. Sustainability is also defined as a socio-ecological process characterised by the pursuit of a common ideal.
An ideal is by definition unattainable in a given time and space. However, by persistently and dynamically approaching it, the process results in a sustainable system.