Kohima is an alluring district located in the Indian state of Nagaland. It was founded in the late 18th-century by the British established themselves in Naga Hills. Earlier, Kohima was known by the name of Kewhira. The Britishers weren't able to pronounce the name and thus, they came up with its modification Kohima. Presently, it is a beguiling travel destination in the North-eastern side of India.
Kohima is located in the beautiful Naga Hills. With an elevation of 4,738 feet above the sea level, it sprawls over an entire area of 20 sq. km. A major portion of the land of Kohima is a craggy plain. The climate of this region is classified as a tropical monsoon. It encounters harsh summers with an average temperature of 39°C. During the winters, the median mercury level rests at 14°C. Kohima receives heavy rainfall with an annual average of 4500 mm.
There are beautiful travel destinations located in Kohima. The hilly regions of Kohima are the perfect picnic goal, The State Museum, Nagaland War Cemetery and the local churches are the prime attractions that shouldn't be missed in Kohima.