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Kohima City, Nagaland Nagaland, Kohima is the capital city of Nagaland, a state in northeastern India. It is located in the northeastern part of the state and is known for its picturesque landscapes and rich cultural heritage. Kohima is situated in the northeastern part of India, in the state of Nagaland. It is located at an altitude of approximately 1,444 meters (4,738 feet) above sea level. Kohima holds significant historical importance due to the Battle of Kohima, which took place during World War II in 1944. This battle was a part of the larger Burma Campaign and is often referred to as one of the fiercest battles in the history of warfare. The Naga people, who are known for their unique cultures and traditions, predominantly inhabit Kohima. They have a rich heritage of traditional dances, music, and crafts. Kohima experiences a subtropical highland climate. Summers are mild and winters can be quite cold, with temperatures dropping close to freezing at times. The economy of Kohima, like much of Nagaland, is primarily based on agriculture. The region is known for producing a variety of crops including rice, maize, and fruits. English is the official language of Nagaland and is widely spoken in Kohima. Additionally, various Naga languages are spoken by different communities.


Kohima City, Nagaland
Kohima City, Nagaland

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