Previous post reminded me of one link I wanted to post earlier but somehow forgot:

Geometry and Topology for Physicists

I think these are quite a gem.

As the webpage says: “No particular mathematics background is required beyond that usually expected of graduate students in physics (linear algebra, complex analysis, etc), but it will help if you have some familiarity with mathematical notation and ways of thinking”.

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Hi Tarun,

I just put this article into the categories “Mathematical Physics” and “Lecture notes and Review articles”.

Using panels to your right in the “write post” page, you can choose to put the posts you write in categories that you think are appropriate.