The publishing company Rabic is based in Sarajevo, Bosnia. It was founded in 1995 by Goran Mikulić, who is its owner and general manager. It has since published over 200 books and has been awarded prizes at several book fairs in Sarajevo, Ljubljana, Belgrade, and Frankfurt.

Two of our books are of particular interest to international readership: a facsimile edition of THE SARAJEVO HAGGADAH and the recently published BOSNIAN FOR FOREIGNERS : With a Comprehensive Grammar by Midhat Ridjanović, professor emeritus of English and linguistics at the University of Sarajevo.

 The Haggadah is one of the most beautiful sacred books ever written. The news of its publication was hailed internationally as a milestone in the preservation of Jewish cultural heritage and several prominent experts on Jewish culture have complimented us on producing what they consider the most beautiful edition of the book.


 This is what Professor Wayles Browne of Cornell Universty’s Department of Linguistics said about Bosnian for Foreigners: “The book is a product of many years of research and writing. Professor Ridjanovć brought to bear his life-long involvement in language teaching and linguistics on a book that he modesty calls a textbook, although the 345-page grammatical part is a full-fledged grammar which includes many rules that were not observed in two centuries of grammatical investigation of the lanaguage now called by four different names (Bosnian, Croatian, Montenegrin, Serbian).“ Prof. Browne is one of the world’s leading slavicists and the best American expert on Bosnian/Croatian/Montenegrin/Serbian.



Both books can be purchased by writing to Mr. Mikulić at:  rabic.doo@bih.net.ba

THE SARAJEVO HAGGADAH is available in the following editions:

Facsimile edition - 1,900 euros + delivery cost (DHL or FedEx)
Reprint edition – 100 euros + delivery cost (DHL or FedEx)

BOSNIAN FOR FOREIGNERS is available in paperback at 50 euros (hardcover at 75 euros) + delivery cost (DHL, FedEx or regular ('snail') mail).

  Rabic Publishing Company
  Hamdije Čemerlića 35
  71000 Sarajevo
  Bosnia and Herzegovina

  tel.:  +387 33 659-946
  fax:  +387 33 659-938