Om Padmashyai namaha
Om Padmasundryai namahaLotus-born, Sri Lakshmi is Padmasambhava. As it is described in Ramayana:
The gods, the Asuras and the Gandharvas, again agitating the sea, after a long time appeared the great goddess, inhabiting the lotus, clothed with superlative beauty, in the first bloom of youth, covered with ornaments, and bearing every auspicious sign; adorned with a crown, with bracelets on her arms, her jetty locks flowing in ringlets, and her body, which resembled burning gold, adorned with ornaments of pearl. This great goddess appeared with four arms, holding a lotus in her hand; her countenance incomparable in beauty. Thus was produced the goddess Padma, or Shri, adored by the whole universe, Padma by name.
In Her names the lotus is very frequent and its symbolism is closely connected with it.
She is Padmamesthita (standing on a lotus), to be Padmavarna (lotus-coloured), Padmauru (lotus-thighed), Padmakshi (lotus-eyed), Padmini Pushkarini (abounding in lotuses), Padmapriya (the goddess to whom the lotus is dear). Her lotus pedestal has become attached to other deities both Hindu and Buddhist, and her characteristic attitude, known as padma hasta, or padmapani (lotus in hand), was taken over in the iconography of Mahayana Buddhism and can be seen in images of Padmapani.
The Lotus is the divine bridge between heaven and earth. And man is intended to manifest the flower that will reflect the Sun.