It would appear so.
There are other references of vedas in Ramayana.
kushiilavau tu dharmaGYau raajaputrau yashasvinau | bhraatarau
svarasampannau dadarsha aashramavaasinau || sa tu medhaavinau
dR^ishhTvaa vedeShu pariniShThitau | vedopabR^ihmaNaarthaaya
taavagraahayata prabhuh || kaavyaM raamaayaNaM kR^itsnaM
siitaayaashcharitaM mahat.h| ...
Yes, not the name of all Rishis are available but following is the list of Rishis described in Valmiki Ramayana (quoting text from valmiki.iitk.ac.in and valmikiramayan.net):
Rama along with Sita and Lakshmana met Rishi Bhāradvāja first of all after leaving Ayodhya. Bhāradvāja instructed them to stay at Citrakūṭa (Valmiki 2.54.29).
antare chaiva samprApte kalidvAparayorabhUt | samantapa~nchake yuddhaM kurupANDavasenayoH || 9||
It was at this same Samantapañcaka that at the juncture of the dvApara yuga and the kali yuga the war between the armies of the Kurus and the Pāndavas was fought.
Rama Rajya speciality is described at the end of yuddha kanda.
न पर्यदेवन्विधवा न च व्यालकृतं भयम् |
न व्याधिजं भयन् वापि रामे राज्यं प्रशासति || ६-१२८-९९
raame = while Rama; prashaasati = was ruling; raajyam = the kingdom; na vidhavaaH paryadevan = there were no widows to ...
Vinda happens to be the 11th muhurta of the day, and is considered an inauspicious time period.
First the definition of muhurta from Manusmriti 1.64
Ten and eight ‘nimeṣas’ (should be known as) one ‘Kāṣṭhā’; thirty such (Kāṣṭhās) one ‘Kalā’; thirty ‘Kalās’ one ‘muhūrta’; and as many ‘muhūrtas’ one ‘Ahorātra’ (Day and Night).—(64)
So from above 30 ...