Naga Heritage Village


The Naga Heritage Village, 10km south of Kohima along the Imphal road, has a representative selection of traditional Naga houses and morungs (young people's dormitories) with full-size log drums and architectural ornamentation specific to each of Nagaland's tribes. Nagaland’s biggest annual jamboree, the Hornbill Festival, is celebrated here.

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1. WWII Museum

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Located within Kisama Heritage Village, 10km south of Kohima, this well-kept museum exhibits war memorabilia from the WWII battles fought in and around…

2. Kohima War Cemetery

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The immaculately maintained war cemetery contains the graves of over 1400 British, Indian and other Allied soldiers, killed in or around Kohima in 1944 as…

3. Central Market

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This small but fascinating market outside the Kohima Local Ground stadium, off Razhü Junction, is a compendium of exotic Naga tribal foods with such…

4. State Museum


This well-presented government museum, 2km north of Kohima’s centre, has galleries on two floors featuring tribal costumes, weapons, musical instruments,…