The Ashtalaxmi Stotra describes Gajalaxmi as that form of Laxmi, which bestows cattle or animals to the worshipper. She is as the name suggests been associated with Elephants and most images, paintings and idols of Gajalaxmi show Elephants on either side of her showering water on her. The Elephants being the largest of animals is also comparative of the immense scale of prosperity and abundance, which can be gained by meditation upon the Gajalakshmi.
Both the Gajalaxmi Mantras have the same meaning and either one of them can be chanted by the worshipper to meditate upon this form of Laxmi.
Meaning: I pray to the One who is worshipped by Elephants or I Pray to the One who bestows so much prosperity that it makes even Elephants sway.
ॐ गजान्तलक्ष्म्यै नमः ||
Om Gajaantalakshmyai Namah ||
ॐ गजललक्ष्म्यै नमः ||
Om Gajalakshmyai Namah ||