This is a sprawling and splendid example of Rajasthani architecture. It has an elaborate gateway complex followed by an open space and then the main temple complex. All possible elements of Hindu, Jain, Mugal traditions have been used to adorn its façade and decorate its interiors. There are numerous jharokhas, brackets and chhajjas. The design of stone parapets is common in all parts of building.
The Office of Devasthan Vibhag, or department that looks after temples in Rajasthan is also located here.