Ambika, 11th century
Abdul Aziz Rajput explains:
In Jainism, Ambika is the Goddess-Mother and the Yakṣhi dedicated attendant deity or Śāsana Devī “protector goddess” of the 22nd Tirthankara, Neminatha. She is also known as Ambai, Amba, Kushmandini and Amra Kushmandini. She is often shown with one or more children and often under a tree. She is frequently represented as a pair (Yaksha Sarvanubhuti on the right and Kushmandini on the left) with a small Tirthankar image on the top.The name ambika literally means mother, hence she is Mother Goddess. The name is also common epithet to with Hindu Goddess Parvati.