We have been part of the publishing industry for the past 20 years.
We began in 1992 with Abhida, a journal dedicated to Marathi poetry, which later metamorphosed into a quarterly - Abhidhanantar which redefined and refined the way Marathi poetry was received till then by its readers and presented fantastic contemporary Marathi poets and their works, essays and literary criticism.
This paved the way to getting books of Marathi poetry being published under the imprint Abhidhanantar.
Mukta Sambrani’s The woman in this room isn’t lonely is a book of surprising intensity and imagination. Sambrani has a lyricism and fanciful imagination seldom seen in English-language poetry in recent decades…A poem about a man and woman in bed is anything but sentimental. Sambrani’s economy, independence of mind, hard-headedness and irony combine into a rapidly dramatic scene, which within twelve lines becomes grotesquely comic…By now there is a tradition in Indian poems of the coming of poetry as something mysterious. Sambrani’s version is totally unexpected. \r\n\r\nBruce King, Modern Indian Poetry in English\r\n\r\nMukta Sambrani’s poems in Broomrider’s book of the dead are notable for their extreme strangeness. The book-length sequence is presented as the working manuscript of its fictional protagonist, Anna Albuquar, whose project is to “renegotiate the idea of authorship.” There are asides, hesitations, false starts, instructions to the reader, and throughout, a steadfast regard for language.\r\n\r\nJeet Thayil in Fulcrum and Bloodaxe book of contemporary Indian poets \r\n \r\n Broomrider\'s Book of the Dead…is experimental in every sense… a crowded collage and an eloquent concoction that will make you look up all the references it states or implies…Sambrani said that her protagonist was obsessed with capturing memory \"beyond constraints of time and place, beyond decay, illness and the failing of the body. She is obsessed with writing about writing. I am curious about the architecture of our experience. As we move toward a world that is hyper-digitised, our psyches become more and more of an orchestration of fragments of media, sights, sounds, words and visuals. Anna\'s writing leans back to lean forward. It captures the history of writing through writing in a world that constructs itself out of fragments of media.\" \r\n \r\nLora Tomas in The Sunday Guardian\r\n \r\n Read more