We have to remember that Sri Rama and Lakshmana are sons of same king Dasaratha but born to 2 different mothers, ie., Kausalya and Sumitra.
Whereas, Balarama and Sri Krishna are brothers of same parents, Vasudeva and Devaki. However, during the pregnancy, the embryo of Balarama had been transferred from the womb of
Devaki to that of Rohini, the eldest wife ...
In Ramayan, greater chances are that they followed lunar calendar.
One of the issues with Ramayan is that why Dashahra and Deepavali are celebrated in autumn when Ram ji left for 14 year exile on his birthday which comes in spring. According to solar calendar this is obviously wrong.
One of the explanations of this prevalent practice, as made by author Saroj ...
In the Taittirtya Brahmana (22.214.171.124), Prajapati is stated to have assumed the form of a Boar,who lifted up the earth which remained plunged in the water.
prajapatih praja asrjata/ tasamannamupakslyata/
tabhyassudamupaprabhinat/ tato vai tasamannam nakslyata/yasya
sudassambharo bhavati/nasya grhe’nnarfi ksiyate/ apo va idamagre
salilam aslt/ tena ...
A partial answer
Apart from Aditya Hridayam and Bala and Atibala, the following are coming to my mind now. I will update later with some more, if found.
Sutra/Sloka stated by Sri Rama
सकृद् एव प्रपन्नाय तव अस्मि इति च याचते ||६-१८-३३ अभयम् सर्व भूतेभ्यो
ददामि एतद् व्रतम् मम |
"He who seeks refuge in me just once, telling me that I am yours', I