DLF lead the stocks by adding more than 6% on the National Stock Exchange (NSE) reports China-based HNA has offered above Rs 2,000 crore to company to buy its non-core asset Aman Resorts.
Meanwhile, the benchmark Sensex ended at 15,923, 405 points up and the NSE Nifty ended at 4,765, 128 points up.
The top rulers on the BSE were Realty, Metal, Capital Goods, Bankex and Consumer Durables, were up by, 2.28%, 2.18%, 2.05%, 1.93% and 1.62%, respectively.
On the NSE Nifty, the top volume gainers were DLF, Kotak Bank, Tata Steel, Axis Bank and BHEL, all gained by 6.70%, 6.28%, 5.73%, 5.67% and 5.645, respectively.
The stocks on losing side on the NSE were M&M (1.65%), BPCL (1.62%), Ambuja Cement (0.93%) and Hero Motocorp (0.70%).
The overall breadth of the market remained positive entire trading day on better-than-expected manufacturing data from India and China.
On the global front, all the Asian markets ended in green with China's Shanghai ended up by 1.22%, Japan's Nikkei by 0.67% and Hong Kong's Hang Seng posted 2.40% gains.
All the European markets were also trading in green except CAC 40, which was seen down by 0.40%.