Marketmen said increased buying by stockists against restricted supplies from producing regions led to rise in prices of select pulses.
Kabli gram small variety climbed to Rs 4,000-6,400 from previous level of Rs 3,900-5,900 per quintal.
Gram, gramdal local and best quality ended higher at Rs 3,150-3,700, Rs 3,900-4,100 and Rs 4,000-4,100 against last close of Rs 2,825-3,525, Rs 3,625-3,825 and Rs 3,775-3,875 per quintal, respectively.
Masoor small and bold gained Rs 200 each to 4,500-4,750 and Rs 4,700-4,800 per quintal respectively. Its dal local and best quality traded higher by the same margin to Rs 5,350-5,450 and Rs 5,450-5,550 per quintal, respectively.
Malka local and best quality moved up to Rs 5,000-5,300 and Rs 5,200-5,300 from previous close of Rs 4,900-5,000 and Rs 5,100-5,200 per quintal respectively.
In line with a general firm trend, peas white and green ended higher by Rs 50 each 3,000-3,050 and Rs 3,050-3,150 per quintal respectively.