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My mathematical background knowledge is:

- Usual stuff.

- Differential geometry: Nash and Sen book. Nakahara book

- Topology (algebraic and differential): Nash and Sen book. Nakahara book.

- Group theory: Costa and Fogli book (Symmetries and Group Theory in Particle Physics).

My physics background knowledge is:

- Usual stuff.

- Nuclear physics: None whatsoever.

- QFT: Ryder book.

- Particle physics: Somewhere in between Griffiths and Halzen and Martin.

- General relativity: Never studied seriously before. I just know the general relativity field equations.

Is "Introduction to Particle Cosmology" by Bambi and Dolgov any good? What about Weinberg Cosmology book? Too hard? Do I need more than one?

I don't really know if this is the right place for this post. If it's not, I apologize in advance.