After some time of studying differential geometry/topology while avoiding riemmanian geometry I find mysef at a wierd position. I'd like to read a book that contains an introduction to riemannian geometry that assumes familiarity with basic differential geometry/topology (transversality and degree, vector and tensor bundles, differential forms and integration, lie groups etc.). But instead of it going deaper into rimannian geometry (comparison theorem and other geometric analysis stuff) i'd like it to cover some advanced matirial on differential geometry as well. Ideally it would contain a (not too brief) introduction to these concepts:
- Basics of riemannian geometry (affine connection, metric tensor, gauss bonnet, curvature forms and tensors, jacobi fields)
- Connection and curvature on fibre bundles
- Holonomy and folliations
- Jet bundles
- Differential operators (Laplacian, and Dirac)
Is there such a book? Is it too much to ask for in one book?