Ramzan Ali, a ray of hope for sightless 

New Delhi: There are very few people in this world who live life not for themselves for others. One of them is Ramzan Ali, who has dedicated his life to bring smile on faces of sightless people.


49-year-old Ramzan, who entered Limca Book of Records in 1999 for 150 hours of uninterrupted haircut, is trying hard for the past two decades to make sightless people believe that they can learn hair cutting skills and earn a livelihood.

Ramzan, born and brought up in Basti district of Uttar Pradesh, Ramzan learnt hair cutting from his father and shifted to Delhi. After working for several years, he decided to teach hair cutting to blind people.

He set up an academy and started training blind people. But Ramzan feels it’s not an easy job to convince the sightless that they can seek employment as barbers. 

Now Ramzan is all set to break Guinness World Record by maximum number of consecutive hair cuts in 24-hour. 

Sanchar Express News Desk