Kamal Basti is one of the two bastis arranged inside the dividers of Belgaum Fort which is circled by a Moat. There are two Jinalayas in later Chalukya style. One of them is Kamal Basti. This Jain Temple was worked in 1204 AD by Bichirja, a clergyman of Kartavirya IV of the Ralta Dynasty. This tenth Century AD Basti is under the assurance of Archeological Dept. This sanctuary is adjacent to Belgaum Main Bus Stand.
The two sanctuaries in the stronghold are known as Kamal Basadi Mandir and Chikki Basadi. Kamal Basadi is alleged in light of the Gumbaj of the sanctuary as the artful culmination here is the "Mukhamantapa" with a first rate as the Lotus of 72 Petals on the roof. Outside the Kamala Basti is another destroyed Jain sanctuary called the Chikki Basti.