Kamalatmika or kamala is the tenth of the dasamahavidyas. She is often known as the tantric Lakshmi. She is often depicted as having a golden complexion who is beign bathed by the four large elephants . The elephants pour amrita from the kalashas . She has four hands and she holds two lotuses in her hands and her other two hands gesture abhaya and varada mudra. She is seen seated in padmasana on a lotus.
Kamalatmika is a little different from LakshmiLakshmi
Lakshmi is a Hindu goddess who is regarded as the ultimate deity of wealth... in the sense that she is the wisdom aspect of Lakshmi who relates specifically to the practice of yoga. Hence she is also a form of KaliKali
There are several traditions of how Kali came into existence... who is the basis of Kamala or the beauty of life. She is the spiritual lotus on which the universal energy is based and blooms in the void. It comes forth in the space of pure consciousness. It is believed that only the non attachment of Kali She is the embodiment of empowerment and a fierce aspect of the Goddess. She is black in her complexion and thus she is named Kali. She is the Goddess of time, power, change and destruction and is majorly worshipped in South India, Bengal and Assamenables us to enjoy life and find our fulfillment through Kamala.
She signifies the fact that more can be achieved through sadhana than just material gains. She nourishes and supports whatever we truly aspire to do. Though she can be used both for ordinary worldly goals and for spiritual realisation, it is in our own interest that we persue the highest form of Lakshmi by seeking knowledge beyond material wealth and success.