He was born in mid-May 1929 in a village in the Qaradagh region of Sulaymaniyah, in an educated family of the Sheikhan Mardokhi family.
In 1948, while he was a student at the rural teachers' college in the Iraqi city of Hilla, he actively participated in the nationwide uprising of that year and joined the national struggle for the first time.
He was forced to hide several times until 1954. He returned to the city for the last time that year. In 1955, he married and established his first marriage in Sulaymaniyah.
Until the July Revolution of 1958, he was imprisoned several times. With the flame of the revolution, the poet became one of the most famous and creative poets among the Kurdish people, known all over Kurdistan. Therefore, with the Ba'athist coup in 1963, he was immediately arrested and spent three years with hundreds of young revolutionaries Nugrasalman prison.
From late 1965 to 1969, he was exiled from Baghdad with his wife, three sons and three daughters.
In early 1969, after seven years of imprisonment and exile, he was allowed to return to Kurdistan. On 17-06-198317-06-1983
, his daughter Kazhal died in a car accident and at the end of 1984, his other daughter Bahar died of cancer. Their fingerprints were evident both in his own appearance and in his world of poetry and literature.
On a wet winter evening in Sulaymaniyah on 09-01-199709-01-1997
, Hasib Qaradaghi passed away.
The late poet is survived by three sons Khabat, Bahat and Aza, a daughter Niga and his wife Aisha.