A 34-year-old male physics teacher presented to our out-patient clinic with a history of gradual diminution of vision in the left eye and complete loss of vision in the right eye following a grenade blast in his home country Yemen, 3 months ago. He was treated locally but his vision deteriorated. When he presented to us, his visual acuity in Right Eye was reduced to no light perception, whereas in his Left Eye, light perception was present and projection of rays was accurate. On anterior segment examination by slit-lamp biomicroscopy, RE was phthisical and LE showed impacted pellets in subconjunctival space of bulbar conjunctiva. There was 586 mm corneal opacification with 2 quadrants of superficial vascularisation and limbal stem cell loss from 9a.m. - 2 p.m. due to combined thermal and chemical burns. As fundus was not visible, we did a B-Scan to confirm the integrity of the posterior segment which revealed minimal echoes in vitreous cavity and mild RCS thickening. Optic nerve head appeared normal. CT Scan of orbit was carried out to rule out the presence of any intraocular foreign body. A full thickness penetrating keratoplasty was planned with 7.5/8mm host/donor button trephination and donor button was transplanted to host bed and secured with 16 interrupted, radial sutures. A lateral tarsorrhaphy was also done. He was discharged the following day with all the necessary medications. One week following surgery, his vision significantly improved to 6/36 unaided and couldn’t contain his joy of being able to see once again. Graft was relatively clear with a few descemets membrane folds. Graft-host junction was well apposed with intact sutures, anterior chamber was quiet, and pupil was round and regular. The lens was clear. Fundus examination revealed healthy disc and vessels. Foveal Reflex was present. He would be now on regular follow-ups.