Malik-e-Maidan, considered as one of the biggest chime metal firearms on the planet, is arranged around 3 km far from Bijapur District. Significance of the word 'Malik-e-Maidan' is 'The Monarch of the Plains'. It was worked in 1549 by Ali Adil Shah I and was considered as a war trophy. It is 4.45 meters in length, has a measurement of 1.5 meters and weighs 55 tons. The gun is perched over the Sherzah Burj confronting west towards the fields outside the city.
This gun was encompassed by a darbar corridor and numerous regal habitations of the Adil rulers. It is trusted that the incredible gun dependably stays cool and tinkles like a ringer on tapping. The spout of the weapon is formed like the leader of a lion with open jaws. Between the cut teeth of the lion is portrayed an elephant being squashed to death.