Such quotes are unlikely to be found. Not sure whether you will get anything dealing with the issue directly from the Vedas either. But Smritis state that only during emergencies one may not follow Dharma. This injunction is not applicable during normalcy.
Parashara Smriti's 7th chapter has the following verses:
During a civil commotion, or in exile, ...
In a conflict between Guru and Shastra, what should be precedent?
The shastra takes precedence.
From the Manusmriti:
2.6 - The entire Veda is the root-source of Dharma; also the Conscientious Recollection of righteous persons versed in the Veda [Smritis], the Practice of Good (and learned) Men [Achara], and their self-satisfaction [ātmanastuṣṭi].
How do we find the difference between Akasha and Prana ?
-- Akasha Mahabhuta is composed of many components and Prana is one of the major component of Akasha.
स इमान् प्राणान् आकाशान् अभिनिर्मन्थति। (Jaiminiya Brahamana 2.18)
Akasha is formed by the churning (Manthana) of Prana Rashmis.
Same thing is also called in Taittariya Samhita:
प्राणो वा ...
Sri Chandrasekhara Paramacharya of Kanchi Kamakoti Peetham said once that the proper time to do sandhyavandanam is hinted in the tamil saying " Kaanaamal konaamal kandu kodu". There is one important step in Sandhyavandhanam named Argya Pradhaanam (means giving Argyam to Sun God).
As per this Tamil saying this Argya Pradhaanam is to be given along with ...
Rig veda says the Pure consciousness is only ONE, though sages may call it in different names.
इन्द्रं मित्रं वरुणमग्निमाहुरथो दिव्यः स सुपर्णो गरुत्मान |
एकं सद विप्रा बहुधा वदन्त्यग्निं यमं मातरिश्वानमाहुः || Rig Veda (1.164.46)
They call him Indra, Mitra, Varuṇa, Agni, and he is heavenly
To what is One, sages give ...
Since you mentioned other scriptural references, I am quoting what Garuda Purana says on the classification of Puranas according to Gunas.
Garuda Purana classify Puranas according to Gunas in completely different manner.
Garuda Purana, Brahma Khanda, Chapter 1:
The Puranas devoted to Vishnu are called Satvikas. These should be
preached to peoples ...
The meaning of Shastra;
Shastra (शास्त्र) is a Sanskrit word that means "precept, rules, manual, compendium, book or treatise" in a general sense. The word is
generally used as a suffix in the Indian literature context, for
technical or specialized knowledge in a defined area of practice.
Shastra has a similar meaning to English -logy, e.g. ...
Shastra is a general term. If you mean sruti, then a true guru cannot contradict sruti. A true guru is living sruti. If you mean smriti, or any other meaning to scripture, than a guru can contradict, for two reasons. First, not being sruti, they are by definition written by man, not by God. Second, different sects accept different smritis as smriti. The real ...
Sarva Darśana Saṃgraha of Vidyāraṇya Mādhavācārya is one of the good one which describes various philosophies. Apart from this, I'm aware of two other works of similar in nature i.e describes various Darshanas (philosophies):
Sarva Siddhāṃta Saṃgraha of Ādi Śaṃkarācārya. It contains following chapters regarding various philosophies:
Hinduism is a Henotheist Monotheist religion and the hymns of the Rigveda, the oldest scripture of Hinduism, mention many deities, but praises them successively as the "one ultimate, supreme God", alternatively as "one supreme Goddess", thereby asserting that the essence of the deities was unitary (ekam), and the deities were nothing but pluralistic ...