China did not comment directly on the reported incident, but called on India to comply with earlier agreements and help maintain peace and stability along the border.
The clip shows stone-throwing, punching, kicking and shoving by members of both armies. Both sides sustained injuries.
The Chinese soldiers hurled stones while attempting to enter Ladakh region near Pangong Lake but were confronted by Indian soldiers, said a top police officer.
The incident has been confirmed by the Ministry Of External Affairs.
Former military commanders who served in Jammu and Kashmir confirmed that the visuals were from the Pangong area in Ladakh, the report added.
"We will continue to engage with China to find a mutually acceptable solution", MEA spokesperson Raveesh Kumar said.
The two sides engaged in stone pelting at each other, resulting in injuries to personnel from both sides.
He said one BPM had taken place at Chushul on August 16 and another one at Nathu La a week before.
The situation along the banks of the lake has always remained volatile with Chinese troops being intercepted by Indian Army patrol several times after the three-week long stand-off in the Depsang plains of Daulat Beg Oldie (DBO) in May 2013.
He is also likely to visit some forward areas during his stay in Ladakh region, the sources said.
According to India's NDTV news channel, which claimed the video had been authenticated by the authorities, the fisticuffs lasted for two hours before both sides retreated to their normal positions and held up banners proclaiming their rights over the border area.
Sehgal also asserted that such act of frustration show that the Chinese are not able to digest the inching defeat on the Doklam issue. While tensions between patrols are not uncommon, the incident on August 15, India's Independence Day, was described by Indian army sources as "unprecedented". This video clearly brings out that Chinese army is becoming a rouge army; it is an undisciplined army.