Rameswar temple is located inside Boudh Town. The temple looks like a star. Lord Dhabaleswara Siba, Swapnesvara, Paschima Somonatha and Lord Bhubaneswar are presiding deities of this temple. The stone carvings used in all these temples are of the highest quality, which attracts tourists. This temple is like the Mukteswar temple in the capital Bhubaneswar. The triple temples are arranged on three corners of a rectangle, the first two facing east and the other to the west.
Rameswar two temples are standing at the Southern and Northern ends of the baseline of the imaginary triangle, known respectively as Bhubaneswar and Swapneswar facing east. The temple at the apex of the triangle is Kapileswar, which faces west. The temple was built in the ninth century by Boudh king Rana Bhanjadev. Thousands of devotees come here every year to watch the picturesque of this temple. Rameswar Mandir is one of the famous tourist places in Boudh, Odisha.
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