Sabzali Murodzodai Sharif was born in 1946 in the family of an artisan in the Khatlon region of the Republic of Tajikistan. In 1967, after graduating from college, he entered the Theater and Art Institute. N. Ostrovsky city of Tashkent, and graduated in 1972. After graduating from the Institute, he begins his career as a teacher in the art school of Dushanbe, and he has been working in this field for 40 years. Exhibitions of the works of Sabzali Murodzodai Sharif took place in the cities of Moscow (1979-1980), Kecskemet of Poland (1981), Cyprus (1984), Afghanistan (1986), Poland (1990), and Germany (1997). He took an active part in the preparation of exhibitions of achievements of the Republic of Tajikistan in the framework of exhibitions EXPO-2005 (Japan, 2005), International Exhibition "The Image of the Earth" (Moscow, 2016).
Sabzali Murodzodai Sharif participates in international symposiums in Hungary, Poland, and the Russian Federation. Sabzali Murodzodai Sharif is the author of the Sign of the President of the Republic of Tajikistan, the standard of the President of the Republic of Tajikistan, the state orders Ismoili Somon, Spitamen, Friendship of Peoples, medals named after Abuabdullo Rudaki, medals of the 20th anniversary of the State Independence of the Republic of Tajikistan. The author designed large state structures like the building of the hotel "Tajikistan" (1975), the State Circus (1977-1978), the State Philharmonic of Tajikistan named after A. Juraev (1979-1980), the Concert Hall "Borbad" (1982-1984), the academic drama (1989-1990), the Academic Opera and Ballet Theater named after S. Ayni (2004-2005), the National Library of Tajikistan (2011-2012). Sabzali Murodzoda Sharif was awarded the honorary titles: People's Artist of Tajikistan, Honored Worker Arts of Tajikistan ", laureate of the State the Abuabdullo Rudaki Award, the Black and White Exhibition (1996, local history museum named after K. Behzod), the White Morning (2006, Academic Theater named after A. Lohuti).
The exhibition "White Day" (September 3, 2016, the National Museum of Tajikistan) covers new works of Sabzali Murodzodai Sharif, and will last until October 1, 2016.