The workers hailed Prime Minister Modi, Chief Minister Pushkar Singh Dhami and rescue teams for their efforts.
The chief minister announced that Rs 1 lakh will be given to each of the 41 construction workers.
They were pulled out on wheeled stretchers through a 90-centimetre (3 feet) wide steel pipe, with the entire process being completed in about an hour.
Bad weather was approaching with thunderstorms, hail and lower temperatures expected in the mountains but rescue organisers said they would handle it.
Meanwhile, the National Disaster Management Authority on Sunday said that work is on to retrieve broken parts of the auger machine and start manual digging.
Drilling at the collapsed portion of the tunnel to rescue the trapped men was halted again on Friday night, in yet another setback to the multi-agency effort.
This is the fourth time that the drilling exercise has been halted since the multi-agency rescue mission began.
An iron mesh thad had come in the path of the drilling machine delayed the operation by more than six hours.
Till 6 pm, up to 44 metres of an escape pipe had been inserted into the debris of the collapsed stretch of the tunnel.
Forty-one labourers were trapped nine days back in the under-construction tunnel when a stretch collapsed on November 12, cutting off the workers beyond it