The picturesque village of Moorang, which is located in the Kinnaur district of Himachal Pradesh, is a gorgeous place for a holiday. It is situated above the left bank of Satluj and about 39 kms from the most important village of Kalpa.Beauty of Moorang is generally defined by the spectacular apricot orchard and million other spectacular things. One can simply relax on the old fort built by the Pandavas on the banks of the Satluj river as the cool breeze caress the soul or head to Lipa- Asrang sanctuary which is spread across 40 Km of area inhabiting Brown bear, Musk deer, Himalayan black beer and many more.
This fort is very mysterious and attractive because of its location. It is believed that the fort was built by Pandavas. Is situated on the left bank of the Satluj on a high hillock and very near to the Morang village. The wooden extending beams and wooden pillars of the Verandah of the top floor indicate that there was another floor at the top and now it is totally broken. The entrance door and the doorframes have a few wood carvings.
The local deity is Urmig and there are three structures dedicated to the deity each existing in Thwaring, Garmang and Shilling. Generally these are empty as the ark of the deity remains in the fort. On a sacred day the ark is taken to the above named places. The ark has got 18 ‘mukh’, made of silver, gold and brass. The 18 mukh represents the 18 days of the great epic Mahabharat.
Moorang sets itself apart from all the other villages and towns of Kinnaur. People out here are very friendly and helpful, simple and innocent. They are very hospitable and welcoming. Their basic lifestyle, free from the bondages of modernization is simple yet fulfilling.