Kamal Basti was Built in 1204 AD during the period of Kartavirya IV of the Ratta dynasty and under the protection of the Archeological Department.
This temple is near the Belgaum Main Bus Stand.The temple is in the fort and Named as Kamal Basti as its Gumbaj (cieling) of the temple is in the form of a lotus of 72 petals. 24 Tirthankars are shown on the 72 petals of the lotus.The stone-carved Simhasan of Bhagawan Neminath is fascinating.The pillars of the temple are decorated with carvings and brightly polished.
The main Shrine has an idiol of Neminath in a finely carved throne. There are also idiols of Bhagawan Sumatinatha, Bhagawan Parshvanath covered by a seven hooded serpents and Bhagawan Adinath in Padmasana.
It is one of the two Bastis within the walls of the fort, built in the late Chalukyan style in 1204 with the Neminatha idol in black stone. The master piece here is the “Mukhamantapa” with a well-executed lotus on the ceiling. Outside the Kamala Basti is another ruined Jain temple.