This chapter explores and examines the crucial dimensions and various aspects of making amends. The paradigmatic cases explored in this chapter illustrate why and how the offending party undertakes acts of atonement and also expresses a willingness to redress the wrong. Due to the absence of insurance and liability institutions as well as people’s socio-economic situation, making amends is regarded as an appropriate response to wrongs and an important element of justice. In the same context, I deal with the practice of kun, which is described as an old Kyrgyz ‘tradition’ by my informants.