Kalyangad Fort was worked by ruler Bhoj-II of Shilhara tradition from 1178 AD to 1209 AD. It shows up from numerous copper plate engravings of Shilhara rulers that they gave numerous gifts to Jain holy people. In 1673 AD Shivaji Maharaj vanquished Satara and encompassing locales. After Shivaji, the organization of Kalyangad went under the control of Pratinidhis and afterward to the Peshwas. It was at long last brought under the British control in 1818 AD by General Pritzler.
The engineering of Kalyangad Fort is exceptionally delightful. There are two principle entrance doors looking towards the north and east. Finding a way to achieve the east door is favored by generally guests. At the passage, there is a give in lake, which is around 30 m profound. The top of the lake is bolstered via cut columns. There are statues of Lord Dutta in one corner and Lord Parshavnath on the correct side of the give in. An expansive number of Jain fans from Maharashtra come here to offer petitions.