Naki Bukhari, born in 1999 in the rural area of Jhang, Path Bahadur Thatha Fazal Shah Syedan, demonstrated a keen interest in literature, poetry, and history from an early age. He completed his secondary education in Bhawana and pursued his BA and MA in English literature at Punjab University Lahore. Upon relocating to Lahore, he delved into Punjabi, Urdu, and world literature, along with history and philosophy, which significantly enriched his poetic exploration with new perspectives and innovative ideas. His literary journey commenced during secondary education, where he began composing poems in Urdu, Punjabi, and English. Naki Bukhari exhibites a profound connection with his region, society, and culture, evident in his Punjabi poetry. Influenced by the Jhangochi dialect of Punjabi, he drews inspiration from the works of Baba Farid, Ra Manawar Saien, and Nasser Taib. His poetry introduces a distinctive and contemporary voice, establishing him as a trailblazer in modern Jhangochi dialect poetry. Addressing themes of humanity, suffering, cultural decline, and individual identity, Naki Bukhari's poetry encapsulates a fusion of sorrow, laughter, and love, resonating with the essence of Jhangochi folklore. This creative journey not only shaped his thoughts but also cultivated social awareness and political insight.