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Chandrasekhar begins this work ex initio, which is Latin for, from the beginning. It is assumed however you have some working knowledge of Differential geometry and relativity. Nevertheless, he is set out to derive the theory from the ground-up. For those looking on how relationships occur with these equations rather than being forced to solve exercises to dig out the meaning assumed in the problem, this is an Oasis where the author is not afraid to tell you what can be done. Now this is a compe [...]

For anybody who is studying general relativity at a graduate level or higher, this is a fantastic book. Explains very clearly the mathematics behind the theory and its prediction of the very exotic black holes.

Excellent monograph - it must be read book by allresearchers working on physics of black holes.

The author largely uses the tetrad or vierbein approach in general relativity so familiarity with the basic theory is assumed (Weinberg's text is a good introduction here) as is knowledge of differential forms. As other reviewers have noted the presentation is mathematically deep and rigorous, not a casual dabbling. This text contains the only mathematically rigorous derivation of the Kerr metric. Until Chandrasekhar's work this was assumed via intuitive or plausibility arguments. Even derivatio [...]

A classic in the field (not an easy reading)