World War 2 Peace Rally in Kohima on 2nd December to set stage for Hornbill Festival 2023

World War 2 Peace Rally
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Every year, during the Hornbill Festival, a World War 2 Peace Rally is held in Kohima to commemorate the Battle of Kohima and promote peace and unity. The rally is organized by the government of Nagaland and the Nagaland Adventure & Motor Sports Association (NAMSA).

The rally typically starts in Dimapur, the commercial hub of Nagaland, and ends in Kohima, the state capital. Participants drive vintage World War II vehicles, such as jeeps and motorcycles, along the route. The rally passes through several villages and towns, and participants stop to interact with locals and spread the message of peace.

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The rally culminates at the World War II Museum in Kisama, where a cultural program is held. The program features traditional Naga dances, songs, and music. It is also a time to remember the sacrifices of the soldiers who fought in the Battle of Kohima.

The World War 2 Peace Rally is a popular event in Nagaland. It attracts participants from all walks of life, including tourists, students, and government officials. The rally is a reminder of the importance of peace and unity, and it is a way to honor the legacy of the soldiers who fought in World War II.

Taking to X (formerly Twitter, Advisor NAMSA & Advisor to Chief Minister of Nagaland, Abu Metha wrote “The World War II Peace Rally commemorates the historic Battle of Kohima and is one of the featured events of the legendary Hornbill Festival of Nagaland. The 2023 Edition promises to be more than exciting with new features, surprise prizes & special packages.”

The Battle of Kohima was one of the most important battles of World War II in Asia. The battle raged for over four months, and it resulted in the deaths of thousands of soldiers on both sides. The Allied victory at Kohima was a turning point in the war, and it helped to pave the way for the eventual defeat of Japan.

The World War 2 Peace Rally is a significant event because it commemorates the Battle of Kohima and the sacrifices of the soldiers who fought in it. The rally also promotes peace and unity among the people of Nagaland and India.

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