Khonoma is an Angami Naga town situated around 20 km west from the state capital, Kohima. The town is alluded to as Khwuno-ra named after the Angami expression for a nearby plant, Glouthera fragrantisima. The aggregate populace of the town is around 1943, settled in 424 family units. It is the principal green town in India. The landscape of the town is bumpy, running from delicate slants to steep and rough slopes. The slopes are secured with lavish forestland, rich in different types of widely ied vegetation.
The state feathered creature, Blyth's tragopan, a bird now broadly jeopardized, is discovered here. Khonoma is a medium size town situated in Sechu-Zubza sub-division of Kohima region, Nagaland with add up to 424 families living. The Khonoma town has populace of 1943 of which 919 are guys while 1024 are females according to Population Census 2011. Khonoma town has higher education rate contrasted with Nagaland.