Venkata Kavi has addressed his compositions to Goddess Kamakshi of Kanchi while Dikshitar, to Goddess Kamalamba of Tiruvarur. Tiruvarur was the birthplace of Dikshitar and he highlighted the presiding deity of his hometown. Kamakshi of Kanchi, on the other hand, is of direct significance to followers of Srichakra pooja.
santataM ahaM seve
rAgam: desakshi (28)
santataM ahaM seve shrI
Note: This composition is on the presiding Goddess of the first AvaraNa, which is called trailokyamohana cakra.
I always worship you, Oh Goddess who resides in the trailokyamohana cakra, worshipped by the sarvasiddhi deities, praised in all the scriptures, and worshipped in the world.
She is seated on a resplendent raised altar in the Sripura, which is like the wish-fulfilling gem. She resides in the bindu cakra, is the abode of compassion, and is praised by the gods headed by Brahma. She is adorned with a necklace of excellent emeralds. She sports with the eight Goddesses beginning with Brahmi and Maheshvari, in the first enclosure. The Goddess of the Tripura cakra and Empress of the world, she is the essence of the Vedas. The beloved of Shiva, she is worshipped by the deities headed by Samkshobhini and Vidravini, and is adorned with a long necklace studded with eight gems. The manifest Yogini, her glory is proclaimed by all the Vedas.
kamalAmbA saMrakShatu mAm
rAgaM: Anandabhairavi (20)
tALaM: tishra tripuTa
kamalAmbA saMrakShatu mAM
tripureshI guruguhajananI tripurabha~njanara~njanI
madhuripusahodarI talodarI tripurasundarI maheshvarI
Muttuswami Dikshitar serenades the mother as the empress who enchants the three worlds, whom Vedas, puranas and the like labour to reveal, who is more ancient than the Trinity, who is master of manas, buddhi and chittam, mistress of Triangle, who is the cause of all happiness, wisdom and bliss, who is supremely beautiful. Who is the mother, of Guruguha — Subrahmanya.