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The capital city of Nagaland, Kohima is the land of the Angami Naga tribe. It is situated on the foothills of Japfu range. It is the second largest city in the state and indeed very beautiful too. Kohima has a cool winter and hot but rainy summers. The coldest months are from December to February, when frost occurs, and in the higher altitudes snowfall occurs occasionally.

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Kohima War Cemetery

War Cemetery is a historic site, which reminds us of the brave warriors who died during the Japanese invasion at the time of World War II. This cemetery comprises around 1420 commonwealth funerals. The cemetery is set in peaceful surroundings with well manicured grassland in which roses bloom in season. The cemetery is sited at the exact location where the battle was fought and provides a panoramic view of the town of Kohima.

Time taken from Kohima: 8 mins 

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Kohima Museum

Nagaland constitutes a beautiful blend of various tribes. This museum stores articles that are rich in value due to their historic significance. The Kohima Museum portrays the traditions and culture of the many tribes of the state. The museum holds many unique artifacts related to different tribes of the region. A total of 16 tribal groups form part of Nagaland, and all of them are represented here. The clan motifs, colorful traditional dresses, dialect, practices, and traditions are displayed at the museum.

Time taken from Kohima: 24 mins

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