During the delivery a male nurse pulled at the foetus so hard that it broke into two parts, it was reported.
The mum, Dikhsha Kanwar, is now reportedly fighting for her life.
During the birth, it is understood the baby was in breech and when a nurse attempted to pull it out, he ripped the child's body in two from the torso down, leaving the head inside Ms Kanwar's womb.
He said the accused male nurses deposited the lower part of the foetus at the hospital mortuary and asked the family members of the woman to take her to Jodhpur.
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Indian police have filed a case against the nurses for causing death by negligence and the act of endangering life or personal safety.
ANI quoted Dr Sankhla from Jaisalmer's Jawahar Hospital as saying that: "The reports from the Ramgarh health centre stated that delivery had been done".
In June past year, a British gynaecologist was found guilty of medical misconduct, after she accidentally decapitated an unborn baby in the womb.
It was only when the doctors at a government hospital in Jodhpur examined the woman that they discovered that the nurse had left the baby's head inside her. Chief medical health officer, Jaisalmer, Dr B L Bunkar said, "I visited Ramgarh and investigated the matter". Since the gynaecologist was on leave, the nursing staff handled the case.
"When questioned, the hospital staffers handed over the lower part of the foetus to us", he said.