Probably, the only cemetery on earth that sports a tennis court is in Nagaland’s capital, Kohima. Across the continents maintained by the CWGC, the Kohima War Cemetery is one of 23,000 World War graves. Dedicated to soldiers of the 2nd British Division of the Allied Forces, Kohima War Cemetery is a memorial remembering those who died in the Second World War at Kohima. In the center of Kohima city, the Kohima War Cemetery is situated in the capital of the Indian state of Nagaland, forcing the Japanese army to retreat, at the location. This is the location on the ridge below and above the tennis court. The cemetery is on the northern side of the Imphal-Dimapur road and is at a distance of 200 kilometers from the Indo-Burma border. From Calcutta, Delhi, and Guwahati, Kohima is well-connected by air services. The journey from Guwahati is really long and arduous by bus or train.