South of the mosque are three Jain Temples, built between 1574 and 1622. The most intricate of all the temples is Raisi Shah’s temple, dedicated to the tirthankar Shantinath with a sanctum dome decorated with gold inlay work. Its various chambers, elaborate geometric patterns in the marble floors many with mirrored ceilings, ask for a few hours of time, preferably in the morning. Next is the Vardhman Shah temple, dedicated to the tirthankar Adinath, a more simple structure but also more vibrant in color. The third temple of the triad is smaller but very interesting. Opening hours for the temples are supposed to be from 5:30am-1pm and 3:30pm-9pm. These timings vary, but you can usually find a caretaker to let you in anyway.