A group of three temples of Siva at Boudh town called the Rameswar or Ramanath temples. The beautiful decorative motifs and the plastic art of three temples at Boudh which are definitely more artistic and older than the great lingaraj-Ananta –Vasudeva group. One peculiar feature of the temple holds the attention of the visitors which is the temples are eight-rayed stars and the argha-pattas of the lingas are also similar.
The magnificent temples are built of red stones and these are believed to be built up in mid- ninth century A.D. The temples here are embedded with rich texture and curved surfaces which makes this temple stand apart from other temples. Each of these temples stands by itself on a raised platform and each consists of a cell and an attached portico.