Reference to Vaishnava Literatures: Srimad Bhagavatam

                                                                  Q. Can you tell me where I can find the complete chart of expansions starting from Lord Krishna -> Sankarsana and so on.

                                                                  Q. Why does a particular sampradaya not just teach as it is what it believes in, instead of trying to compare and contrast with other sampradayas and constantly try to prove its view point or interpretation as the last word?

                                                                  Q. While reading Krishna Book I read that Garuda, a pure devotee of Lord Vishnu, used to visit Vrindavana and would eat fish from Yamuna River. I also read that every living entity in Vrindavan is a devotee of Lord Krishna. It follows that the fishes were also devotees of the Lord. How can we understand this act of Garuda? My doubt is that in Vrindavan, especially when Lord Krishna was personally present, all living beings (including fishes) in Vrindavan were in their spiritual form. How can living being in spiritual form be killed?

                                                                  Q. My question is very simple, yet very much related to my progress in devotional service. Everyday I get up at 4 a.m., chant my rounds and hear lecture. But in the day time I cannot resist my tendency to sleep. Every time I make a commitment but fail. How can I avoid sleeping in the day time?

                                                                  Q. 1. Also, if a man is born as sudra, is he not eligible to study the shastras, because the sudra's karma is to help all other varnas?

                                                                  As you stated in the initial premise of your question, one cannot be designated as sudra solely on the basis of birth, but by guna and karma.