Mai Bhagi was a Pakistani Folk Artist. Mai Bhagi experienced childhood in a town in the Thar Desert. Her father was Wanhyun Fakir, and her mother was Khadija Maganhar. Both her folks were known melodies of their locale at that time.
Mai Bhagi was born in 1920. However, she died on the 7th of July in the year 1986. She was born in Mithi, Thar, Sindh. She was born as Bhaag Bhari.
Mai Bhagi's original name was Bhag Bhari (which signifies 'a fortunate individual'). She was so attracted to the voice of artist Hothi Fakir at the age of 16. Record maker Sheik Ghulam Hussain, a spouse of Pakistani folk artist Abida Parveen, offered her the chance to record at the Radio Pakistan studios. Her records were played on the radio.
Her people melody 'Kharee neem kay neechey' (under a neem tree) turned into a super-hit among the Pakistani public and got her fame. Pakistan's public authority offered monetary help for her to visit abroad, and she proceeded with her music profession until her demise in 1986.