Thanks you for your valuable input!
But I did not get the answer what I was looking for…..
In SQL Server 2008 onwards, the resource database is no longer tied to the master database, and exists in the Binn folder instead. So basically, the resource database is a part of the instance binaries from SQL 2008 onwards. This is why, in case of SQL 2008 and 2008 R2, you need to patch both the nodes separately (one by one). In the result of this, two resourceDB get created - one will be on the Node1 local drive and another will be on the Node2 local drive.
When you say that SQL Server 2012 supports local disk TempDB in SQL Server cluster configurations----
It means Tempdb will be available on the local drive of Node and When Tempdb will be on the local drive of any Node, it cannot be accessed by other Node.
So my question is - Two Tempdb databases will be created - One will be on the Node1 local drive and another will be on the Node2 local drive when we go for SQL Server 2012 Cluster with TempDB on Local Disk configuration - like as I have stated above that we have two copies of ResourceDB database - One for Node1 and another one for Node2.
Please help me to understand it.
Thank in advance for your input!