Kohima is the hilly capital of India's north eastern border state of Nagaland which shares its borders with Burma. Kohima occuppies a prominent place in the pages of history as important battles of world II were fought on this side of India with British forces defeating the Japanese troops here. Kohima is situated in the eastern parts of the Himalayas and have a temperate climate all year round. The city splendor can be viewed from as far as 16 kms from the city and provides some breathtaking view on its way. Kohima exhibits a calm and quite pace of life with people enjoying what they are doing and with a smooth and a calm environment to keep up with. Kohima is home to people from various tribes of Nagaland that have come and settled in these parts to earn their bread and butter.
|Area||20 sq km|
|Altitude||1440 m above sea level|
|Temperature||Summer-Min.-16.0C,Max.-31.0 C Winter,Min.-4.0C,Max.-20.0C|
|Language||Nagamese, Hindi, English, Angami, local dialects|
|Rainfall||250 cm cm average yearly|
|Best Time to Visit||September to April.|
How to get there
1. Air :- Dimapur (74 km) is nearest airport which is air linked with Calcutta.
Places to Visit
|War Cemetery||State Museum||Sales Emporium||Cathedral|
|Kohima Village||Dzukou Valley||Dzulekie|
|Tuophema Village||Japfu Peak|
Nagaland has a rich handloom tradition. Each of the items are handwoven by women, maintaining sensitive Naga traditional motifs and designs.Handicraft is a traditional art being perfected to modern needs by Naga craftsmen.
|Hotel Ambassador||Hotel Japhu||Hotel Happy Valley|
|Hotel Meyasen||Hotel Pine||Hotel Capital|