"Whistling or hissing, inviting by winking, soliciting or beckoning, writing songs with suggestive words or tunes, using amorous words, grasping and squeezing the wrist, caressing, placing a foot on the toes, touching the breasts, embracing and clinging, knocking down or forcing to lie down, assaulting while lying down , etc....."
LIsten folks, this is not a list of the Do Nots under any modern Sexual Harassment of Women Act of our times.
It was found by Pro. Bina Agarwal while researching India's matrilineal Garo tribe in the North East, part of an ancient oral code of "moral laws" followed by the Garos for generations.
Any of the actions mentioned were punishable if reported to the village chief. In our times, which is that Chief to whom women can go to report with any assurance that needful/justice would be done?