In 20th century onward two printed copies of Nobel Quran styles that have been widely circulated, one is called Mushaf al-Madinah an-Nabawiyyah convenient for Arabic speaking and available in various reciting style (riwâyahs -Hafs,warsh ad-Duriyy etc.) and second is Indo-Pak or Farsi script (no appropriate name yet is given but we shall call it Mushaf-e-Ajmi) suitable for Muslims having no knowledge of Arabic language, available in Hafs riwâyah only. Both employ Uthmani script standard slightly differ in the convention of diacritical marks.
The Mushaf-e-Ajmi has been simplified so that learners do not need to know essential Arabic grammar rules such as having to differentiate between letter Alif or hamza, mute letters, simplify method for writing alif/hamza, long vowel letters Huroofe-maddah, alif maqsurah or khara-zaber, madd-e-asli maddah ya or khari-zer and maddah waw or ulta-pesh and some other minor variations. The Mushaf-e-Ajmi divides Quran in sections (Ruku') not found in Mushaf-e-Madinah, it also employs more pause/stop signs (Rumiiz al-Awqaf) than Mushaf Madinah.