Luitya (Aham Sharma) is an Indian soldier who has been given the responsibility of surveying the India-China Line of Actual Control in NEFA that may demarcate India and Tibet’s territory. While surveying he and his porter, Gyatso (Lhakpa Lepcha) lost their way in the vast terrain of the Himalayan mountains and ends up finding a patch of land which is neither in India nor in China. They encounter Wang (Daniel Shin Han) who appears to be a trader from the Far East in that village who is trying to take over the land by luring the natives with silk and salt for barter trade, eventually convincing the natives to side by him, which would then the village might become part of China’s extension enroute from Tibet. Luitya and Gyatso discovers that the patch of land is an unknown and unmapped territory. Fierce conspiracy between Luitya and Wang begins, to take over the patch of the land as inclusion part of their respective nation. Wang tries to get Yaka (Ketholeno Kense) the daughther of the village chief. Luitya while resisting Wang on his plan falls in love with Yaka. On the other hand, the underground rebel leader (Riken Ngomle) shadows the village who is also trying to take over the land for independent liberal state against India. Luitya, Wang and Yaka fights the rebel forces to recover the village, the land and the people from the rebel forces. Luitya, Gyatso, Yaka and Wang become mutual friends. Yaka and Luitya confess their love for each other as inseparable lovers. The Indo-Sino war breaks out. Wang and Luitya are forced to return. Luitya promises to return to Yaka once the war is over. Wang sacrifices the land for Yaka and gives up his mission by betraying his nation. War gets over. Luitya breaks down to see that Yaka and the village go missing at the mayhem of the war and thus he looses his soul too.
(c)1962 My COUNTRY LAND is produced by Marbom Mai under Living Dreams Film banner in India.