Ram never performed miracles to prove his divinity also his people never asked him to prove himself to be Divine in the entire Ramayana,
But there are some miracles performed by him in Ramayana
One of them is when he frees ahaliya from her curse of being stoned just by touching her which is turning a stone statue back to real women
From this answer, I found Bhavartha Bodhini - Shree Ram Charit Manas - By International Ram Charit Manas Research center which provides answers to these questions:
Why Lord Rama calls Lakshmana as his सहोदर भ्राता (sahodara bhraataa: born from same mother) when he was born from different mother?
The above Hindi commentary says that as both Raama and ...
The Shri Ram Stuti you are looking for is present in Balakanda of Ramcharita Manas 1.191 in Chanda (छन्द ) section.
Below are the the entire shlokas
भए प्रगट कृपाला दीनदयाला कौसल्या हितकारी।
हरषित महतारी मुनि मन हारी अद्भुत रूप बिचारी।।
लोचन अभिरामा तनु घनस्यामा निज आयुध भुज चारी।
भूषन बनमाला नयन बिसाला सोभासिंधु खरारी।।
कह दुइ कर जोरी अस्तुति तोरी...
to understand the above comment takes a lifetime of study, study what the people were doing 5000 years ago and study their similarities to the modern times. It says in the ancient times people were dependent on prayers to survive and if the prayers were not answered they would substitute to another god such as sun god. Making ref to Sungod, due to Egypt and ...
Yadavas did fight among themselves and perished, but did not perish in a war, with Krishna and Arjuna on side and the others, as mentioned in this article. Further, this incident occurred near sea coast, whereas Magadha was in a far off place.
So it is very difficult to link Jews with Yadavas, though the names are apparently indicting the same origin.
We can draw parallels in mythologies...
Egyptians probably descended from the Aryans, who used similar design of chariots in war. In the the Mahabharata war, Karna the unlucky powerful son of the Sun-god lacked Brahma Gyan essential for a good life.
Arjuna surrendered to lord Krishna became competent to realize his potential and destiny.
But Karna even ...
Saga Agastya preached Aditya Hrudhaya Stotra to The Lord Rama and informs him to perform Navratri pooja and yagna to The Goddess Durga to defeat Ravana.
Reference from Tyagaraja keerthanalu "Manasa Sancharare"
Maanasa Sancharare Brahmani Maanasa Sancharare
Madasikhi Pinchaalankruta Chikure
Madasikhi Pinchaalankruta Chikure
Mahaneeya Kapolajita Mukure ...
Birth rashi of Lord Rama is mentioned in Bala Kanda of Ramayana as Punarvasu as Rashi is decided by Moon Sign in a horoscope.
Bala Kanda, Ramayana by Valmiki, Chapter (Sarga) 18
18:8,9,10,11 On completion of the ritual six seasons have passed by
and then in the twelfth month, on the ninth day of chaitra month
[April-May,] when the presiding deity of ...
Parnasala is a small village located near Bhadrachalam in the state of Telangana. It is believed that Lord ShriRama spent some of his fourteen years of exile at this place. Ramayana says, During that period Lakshmana setup a small house in parnasala and he uses dharbha to cover the ceiling portion of the house. He creates a dharbhasana for Rama to perform ...
For Krishna, Srimad Bhagvatam Canto 10:Chapter 70
(4-5) Mâdhava rose during the brâhma-muhûrta [the
hour before sunrise], touched water and cleared His mind to meditate
upon the unequaled, exclusive, self-luminous Self beyond all dullness
of matter. This True Self dispels, infallible as it is, by its [His]
own nature perpetually the impurity and ...
Lord Krishna meditated upon Himself daily in Brahma muhurta period.
Texts 4-5: Lord Mādhava would rise during the brāhma-muhūrta period
and touch water. With a clear mind He would then meditate upon
Himself, the single, self-luminous, unequaled and infallible Supreme
Truth, known as Brahman, who by His very nature ever dispels all
The episode of abandoning of Sita by Sri Rama appears in Uttara Kanda of Valmiki Ramayana.
UTTARA KANDA is a PRAKSHIPTA/an interpolated story - an insertion made at a later date. Ramayana ends with the coronation of Sri Rama as the King of Ayodhya.
A 6th Century version of Ramayana was found in a library of Kolkata. According to this version, there ...