Basavakalyana Fort, prior known as Kalyana fortification, is situated in Bidar locale in the Indian province of Karnataka. Its notable significance is dated to the tenth century. The capital of Chalukyas was likewise moved from Manyakheta to Kalyana in the tenth century. The fortification, fundamental to the Basavakalyana town, is likewise acclaimed as Karmabhoomi of Basavanna and many different Sharanas. Basavakalyana with its fortification was the focal point of an awesome social and religious development, in the twelfth century, due to Basaveshwara, the social reformer.
It turned into a seat of learning. Basaveshwara, Akka Mahadevi, Channabasavanna, Siddarama and numerous more Sharanas are related with Basavakalyana. Basaveshwara, specifically, battled against casteism and universality in Hinduism. The stronghold is deliberately worked as a resistance structure in a disguised setting, which isn't perceptible till the foe is around other people of the fort. This gives advantage for the protection powers squatted in the fortification to spurn adversary assaults.
This procedure of finding the fortification in normally disguised areas was famous in the fort worked in the Deccan. The fortification has seven doors, out of which five are fit as a fiddle. At the passageway to the fort, there is strong curve with overhangs on the flanks gotten to by arrangement of ventures on either side. The fortification dividers encompassing the focal patio have protect rooms, which are additionally joined with numerous bastions and mounted by guns.