The Pan-sho general mining area (or Padamyar mine as it was known in the 1980s) is situated to the SW of Le-U-le-taw
mines, adjacent to Aye-zadi hill, less than 2 km NE of the center of Mogok. Principle rocks are syenite and marble. Ruby
were found in the alluvium.
On the hilltop (22°56'03"N. 96°30'33"E. 1,158m ASL) blue sapphires
and a smaller number of rubies were mined in the alluvium in an open-pit scheme. Some of these gems are of fine quality and attractive in appearance.
The anjacent area of Padan-sho, a newly-developed mining scheme was launched. In May 1999, with the mines in full operation, ruby
were recovered from the alluvium. In 2002, the Pan-sho and Padan-sho mines were taken over by the UMEHL and currently operate under the name Nga-yant-inn.
Ref: Ted Themelis (2008) Gems and Mines of Mogok, p. 210