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This question specifically asks for the level to be that of Hobson.

Are there any good video lectures for learning general relativity at the level of Hobson? The internet has by L. Susskind, but it is a simple level. I found good one here however, the acoustics is a little bit not so good.

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I was thinking of suggesting my own Differential Geometry + General Relativity videos, but if you thought that the Sunil Mukhi lectures' "acoustics is a little bit not so good", I don't think you'd like the acoustics of my videos either. – centralcharge Nov 20 '13 at 3:12

Lectures by Ashoke Sen are very deep and insightful.

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It would be nice if you could would shortly address why these lecture are deep/insightful/relevant to the topic at hand. Link-only answers are frowned upon. – ACuriousMind Sep 3 '14 at 22:08

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