Chandelier exit

Let me ask a question. Some sites advocate the application of the Chandelier exit by setting your stop upon entry at a multiple of, generally, 3 times the Average True Range (ATR). The ATR at entry for this trade is sitting at 0.0122. So they have calculated ATR as 3X122 pips=366 pips and have the initial stop at 366 pips lower. Now let me know how to calculate for the Indian stock market? What should be the equivalent of pips in the Indian stock market? I hope you would kindly help me.

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