The Jain Glass temple is located just behind the Kamla Tower of Nagaur in the region of the Maheshwari Mahal. The temple is uniquely made of glass and enamel work on the ceilings, floors, panels, pillars and doors that are not seen in rest of the temples in India. All the glass works within the temple represents the precision and ancient art in the form of Jain scriptures. The temple interiors are decorated with ornamental arches and rare marble works that are visible as soon as one enters the temple. The temple houses different figures of Lord Mahavira along with 23 Jain Tirthankaras that are placed comfortably on the higher pedestals. This temple is of utmost importance to the Jain communities.