So my question is - :What we think about Personal Advice Questions whose answers are present in scriptures.i.e. scripture itself is providing some personal advice and providing some kind of Personal Advice in some special cases?
The other answers have missed the point on what to do if a personal advice question is asked and can be answered with authoritative references.
The close reason for personal advice is as follows.
Personal advice questions are considered off-topic here. See the related meta post for details.
Now what is a personal advice is clearly explained in our faq Asking for help / solutions to solve personal issues should be considered off-topic.
It is as follows:
Hence, questions asking for help or solutions related to personal issues should be considered off-topic.
So, it depends on the question and not the answer. Any question whether it is a personal advice question or a too broad question can be answered. But we chose not to. We do that because it affects the site quality. It increases the flow of such questions more and more. They would help the person seeking it. Example of such questions is a question which asks for remedies to solve a problem. E.g : For a better understanding, I will give an example.
I worship god daily. But when I start the process of pooja sitting on a mat, I feel terribly low after sometime and I experience pain in the abdomen. So, what is the correct way to overcome this as per Hinduism scriptures?.
So, above question is asking about Hinduism scriptures. But the main problem is not about the pooja process but the pain in the abdomen and feeling low. Hence, the main question is not related to Hinduism and seeking a help in their personal issue. That is closeable using said reason.
Now, there is another case which some users follow to modify a question and vote to reopen.
What to do when someone has a problem in their abdomen and feeling low after starting pooja process. This has been the case since one month. So, what do Hinduism scriptures say about this situation? What should one do according to Hinduism?
If we read above two questions, the difference is changing first person pronoun to third person pronoun. The gist of the question haven't changed even the modification is changed from 'I' to 'someone'. A question which seeks personal advice is still off-topic which can be answered from Hinduism scriptures and other valid references. It depends on the topic of the question and not the source of the answer.
So, they should be closed as off-topic with above mentioned reason. They can be salvaged but not by editing 'I' to 'someone' and adding 'Hinduism scripture' in the question. We are a site about Hinduism. We answer according to Hinduism but not according to other religions.
This is trivial actually.
If the question is asking for a personal advice like say:
Today accidentally, while driving, I killed a stray dog. What should I do as a remedy as per Hinduism?
Then, without doubt, that's off-topic and will be closed, although the answer to it might be found in Hindu scriptures.
Now, if someone asks the same question, without any personal details in it, like say:
What are the remedies, as per Hinduism, for those who had accidentally killed a stray dog?
then that's not any longer seeking personal advice and will be allowed.
So, we have to judge upon seeing in what manner, among these above two ways, a particular question has been asked.
People can easily get a lot of understanding from reading the sacred texts or encyclopedia entries. So, when someone has a difficult question and comes to SE it is likely to be for: personal advice, minutiae, historic context, or deep dives like "what does (person/text) mean by (term)?", "where did (person) claim (term)?", or "what does (person) say about (term)?" My understanding is this SE is here mostly for the deep dives. However, these are more useful to the initiated than to the newcomer.
Therefor, I suggest we create a separate section for advice, particularly to attract newcomers. Just as there is hinduism.meta.SE, there could be a hinduism.advice.SE. I think this would work much better than allowing advice questions with a tag in the main Hinduism SE.