1. Why powerful shakta-avesa avatars Parasurama and Kalki played the role of brahmanas to destroy the sinners do not use curse or Sidhi, and descend to the lower level and act as a kṣatriya? Is it not possible, say, to perform yajña according to the Kshatriyas came into the fire like a snake? What is this lesson for us and where is the principle of "diversity-mother of pleasure" if the contemporaries of Parashurama-Rama, Balarama and Krishna also fought?
2. The text is not clearly established whether Parasurama river and lake mysteriously or it is an allegory. But any way why the blood of sinners is a purely human standpoint, it seems superfluous?
3. How to fill the lowland with blood, so that the bodies do not rise above its surface? After all, the volume of the body more blood poured out and in warm climates it will quickly collapse and evaporate. And if it was necessary for intimidation, why were Kshatriyas destroyed 21 times all over the Earth?
4. What is the difference with large-scale battles of other incarnations of the Lord, when it was not necessary to create pools of blood of asuras and (or) rakshasas?
5. Why nine lakes were in one place in India, although Parashurama exterminated Kshatriyas all over the earth? He marched across the planet or themselves Kshatriyas came to him to fight?
With the blood of the bodies of these sons, Lord Paraśurāma created a ghastly river, which brought great fear to the kings who had no respect for brahminical culture. Because the kṣatriyas, the men of power in government, were performing sinful activities, Lord Paraśurāma, on the plea of retaliating for the murder of his father, rid all the kṣatriyas from the face of the earth twenty-one times. Indeed, in the place known as Samanta-pañcaka he created nine lakes filled with their blood.
Paraśurāma is the Supreme Personality of Godhead, and his eternal mission is paritrāṇāya sādhūnāṁ vināśāya ca duṣkṛtām (BG 4.8) — to protect the devotees and annihilate the miscreants. To kill all the sinful men is one among the tasks of the incarnation of Godhead. Lord Paraśurāma killed all the kṣatriyas twenty-one times consecutively because they were disobedient to the brahminical culture. That the kṣatriyas had killed his father was only a plea; the real fact is that because the kṣatriyas, the ruling class, had become polluted, their position was inauspicious.
Brahminical culture is enjoined in the śāstra, especially in Bhagavad-gītā (cātur-varṇyaṁ mayā sṛṣṭaṁ guṇa-karma-vibhāgaśaḥ (BG 4.13)). According to the laws of nature, whether at the time of Paraśurāma or at the present, if the government becomes irresponsible and sinful, not caring for brahminical culture, there will certainly be an incarnation of God like Paraśurāma to create a devastation by fire, famine, pestilence or some other calamity.
Whenever the government disrespects the supremacy of the Personality of Godhead and fails to protect the institution of varṇāśrama-dharma, it will certainly have to face such catastrophes as formerly brought about by Lord Paraśurāma.