Kamal Basadi is one of the two basadis
situated inside the Belgaum fort. Constructed in the Chalukya
style, it was built in 1204 by Bichirja, a minister of Kartavirya IV of the Ralta Dynasty. This Basadi worships a 200 year old idol of Bhagwan Neminath seated on a stone-carved throne. Kamal Basadi has beautiful carvings on its pillars and the top is adorned with a lotus of 72 petals. There are beautiful idols of Bhagvan Sumatinath, Bhagvan Adinath, and Bhagvan Parshwanath and the idols of Navagraha
. It is now under the jurisdiction of the Archeological Department of India.