Mushtaq Ahmed, 85, is a resident of Karachi who has spent over 26 years giving a new look to the Holy Quran. A first-of-its-kind manuscript of the holy book contains verses based on geometric principles. This script does not incorporate the scripts of the languages spoken today. Furthermore, he had begun working on the manuscript with just Rs. 14.
In addition, the cost of supplies and equipment rises over time. Mushtaq Ahmed and his two sons had spent over Rs. 3 million by the time the manuscript was completed.