I think you're referring to Jāmbavan's motivational speech towards the end of Kiṣkindha kāṇḍa from Kamba Rāmāyaṇa :
(He then proceeded to acquaint Vayu's son with his own greatness.)
'Brahma may die, but you are endless. You are learned and a good
speaker. You are fierce enough to frighten Death. You can fight like
Siva himself. Neither fire, nor ...
The purposes of composing the Veda, the Ithihasa like Ramayana and Puranas are different. And, their sayings are not applicable to all.
So they cannot be compared.
*1. The Veda *
Though there were references to historical kingly personalities like Bharata, Puru and Sages like Vasistha, Viswamitra, etc, and of rivers like Sindhu, Saraswati,etc, the Veda ...
I found the text online Nandi-Purana from Vysaonline site
I thought of adding this to the question instead of answering this way, but then the question won't make sense any longer.
I thought of deleting this, but then felt this might be a useful entry for someone else who may be interested in the future.
Hence decided to post this as an answer. If others ...
For this we have to do comparison of scripture as per the scriptures
Devi Bhagwatam 11:1
Where you will find differences between S’ruti, Smriti and Purânas, accept the words of the S’rutis as final proofs. Wherever Smriti disagrees with the Purânas, know the Smritis more authoritative. And where differences will crop up in the S’rutis themselves, know ...
Don't know about weapon like brahmastra but some other majical weapons are present in vedas.
Your Soma-drinker keeps afar your furious rush, Indra and Visnu, when ye come with all your might. That which hath been directed well at mortal man, bow-armed Krsanu's arrow, ye turn far aside.
Here, Vedas tell about Krsanu's arrow. I think ...
The usage of the term "brAhman" in Rig Veda was to indicate the formless Almighty.
Rig Veda 2.1.2 says
tavāghne hotraṃ tava potraṃ ṛtviyaṃ tava neṣṭraṃ tvamaghnid ṛtāyataḥ |
tava praśāstraṃ tvamadhvarīyasi brahmā cāsi ghṛhapatiśca no dame ||
Thine is the Herald's task and Cleanser's duly timed; Leader art thou,
and Kindler for the pious man. ...