The advancement in fibre-reinforced polymer (FRP) innovation have a distinct fascination in executing another sort of strands named as basalt fibre reinforced polymer (BFRP), which has the dominating of being erosion safe, strong and cost effective that deliver a predominant outcome when applied in concrete structure. Besides, the accessible codal provision and aides does not give any suggestions to the use of Basalt bars since basic investigations and significant applications are as yet restricted. The objective of our investigation was progressed by two phases. The initial phase was led by examining the properties on BFRP and STEEL bars & these properties were evaluated and compared with the codal provision. The next phase of this test included testing of eight concrete beams (4 no's of RC beam and 4 no's of BFRP beam) of size 1700mm long × 150mm wide × 250mm profound and to examine the flexural behaviour of both BFRP and RC beam under a two -point load over a clear span of 1550mm until failure. The outcomes of these two phases were discussed in terms of its behaviour in crack, load, flexure and the mode of failure. Additionally, the test outcomes prove that the basalt bars have a great mechanical behaviour over concrete structures and it can be set as a substitution of STEEL bars for light, temporary structures. © 2019 Author(s).