He was born in village near Nishapur. Yaghma was a simple worker and was not literate. He began telling poems while in his thirties and learned how to read and write.
He died in Nishapur and is buried beside the archeologic site of Shadiyakh there.
Most of his poems were unique in the field of his view. He disdained academic studies and idleness in his poems. He has described everything just through his rural simple view, that there had never been such those poems before.
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