Kamalātmikā of golden complexion and perfectly proportioned, is bathed by four elephants from the four directions (kendra) using amṛta kalaśa. Amṛta (nectar) constantly flows from kalaśa (jars) and nourishes the rivers and beings of the universe. She has four hands. In the two hind hands, she holds two lotuses and her two fore hands are in abhaya mudrā (fearlessness) and vāra mudrā (boons) respectively. She is seated in padmāsana (lotus posture) on a red lotus that symbolizes purity.