There is another pair of souls of a n?ga and n?gin? who were saved by Parshwanath while being burnt alive in a log of wood by the tapas kamath, and who were subsequently reborn as Indra (Dharanendra in particular) and Padmavati (different from sashan devi) after their death. According to the Jain tradition, Padmavati and her husband Dharanendra protected Lord Parshvanatha when he was harassed by Meghmali.
She is a yakshi (attendant goddess) of Parshwanatha.
A snake's hood covers her head, and she sits on a lotus flower. Often a small image of the Lord Parshvanatha is placed in her crown. She may be depicted as four-armed, carrying noose and rosary (japa mala), elephant goad, lotus and a fruit.
Humcha Padmavati temple, Karnataka
'Mandala of Padmavati', bronze, Walters Art Museum, 11th century
Goddess Padmavati at Walkeshwar Jain Temple
Sculpture of Goddess Padmavati in Akkana Basadi, 12th century