It was the mausoleum of unmatched 12 arches of architectural quality built in the year 1672. It is one of the incomplete monuments of the Adil Shahi dynasty were the work was left incomplete for the unknown reasons and only two arches were raised vertically. At the beginning this was referred to as Ali Roza later on changed by Shah Nawaz Khan to Bara Kaman as this was going to be the 12th monument to be built in his reign.
It is referred to as the twelth commemoratory built were many tombs are been placed. This monument of Bijapur has seven arches with the mausoleum which are positioned in inside houses the memorials of Ali and the queens. This is located behind the Traveller’s Bungalow at the station road, with seven arches on each side of the tomb. Bara Kaman consists of the tomb of Ali, his Queens and eleven other females with even greenish tomb laid with art work in itself. This is built of brown basaltic stone in Gothic style built on a raised platform with 215 feet (66m) square building.