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Prof.Kolakaluri Enoch a family man, loves his family immensely and his family members honour him to the core. Smt. K.Vishramthamma and Sri K.Ramaiah were his parents. Smt.K.Marthamma, retired Teacher, Guntur is his sister and K.Nagabhushanamma, retired Station Manager, at Bangalore Railway Station is his brother. His children Dr.K.Asha Jyoti, Professor of Telugu, Bangalore University, Bangalore, Sri K.Srikiran, Senior Manger, Vizag Steel Plant, Hyderabad, Dr.K.Madhu Jyothi, Professor, Telugu, S.P.Mahila University, Tirupati, Dr.K.Sumakiran, Associate Professor of English, S.V. University, Tirupati love him and they never deviate themselves from the path he has shown to them to walk along.

His daughter Dr.K.Ashajyoti and Dr.K.Madhu Jyoti instituted two awards in the names of his mother Kolakaluri Vishranthamma Puruskaram) and wife Kolakaluri Bhagirathi Puruskaram to be given to two best works of the year. His sons K.Srikiran and Dr.K.Sumakiran had published some of his works in English and Hindi and they started an agency to get his writings translated into English and Hindi and see they are published by renowned publishers.

He got a Kalyana Mandapam constructed as symbol of respect for his mother Kolakaluri Visranthamma (Kolakaluri Visranthamma Kalyana Mandapam) and established a research library in honour of his wife Kolakaluri Bhagirathi (Kolakaluri Bhagirathi Research Library) in Vejendla, Chebrolu Mandal, Guntur district to commemorate their service and sacrifice.