I am undergraduate student having basic knowledge of Physics. I'm looking for resources (books, video lectures, research papers, etc) to study Gravitational Waves from scratch, I think initially I should practice mathematical physics up to some extent and then proceed for GW.

  • $\begingroup$ Because standard quantum mechanics, does not include gravity as particle with any state like a wave, everything there is more theoretical or measured indirectly, but not checked as "gravition", most measurements are a consequence of relativity $\endgroup$ – Adrian R Feb 19 at 21:55
  • $\begingroup$ You have found this site, why not click the gravitational-waves tag that you've added to your question above and have a look at other questions and answers here, then go to Physics SE and click their gravitational-waves tag and read there as well. You may find that Stack Exchange itself is a helpful resource when studying from scratch (I certainly have) and you may come across something specific you'd like to ask a question about. $\endgroup$ – uhoh Feb 21 at 3:21

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