Srimad Bhagvata Mahapurana: Book 10: Chapter 45: Verses 1-14
The Lord brings back His preceptor's son (from the abode of Death)
Sri Suka began again : Having come to know that His parents (Vasudeva and Devaki) had grasped the truth (about the divinity of the two Brothers) prematurely (before they had enjoyed the supreme bliss of loving Them as their own sons, which was sure to be marred by that knowledge), Sri Krsna (who was no other than the Supreme Person) spread His own Maya (enchantment)-which infatuates His own people-so that such knowledge might not endure. Approaching His father and mother in the company of His elder brother (Balarama) and bowing in humility, the Jewel of the Satvatas spoke respectfully (to them as follows), addressing them as "Mama and Papa" in order to delight them. "Though you have been all along full of longing for us, 0 father, the joys of witnessing the infancy, childhood and boyhood of your sons (in us) have never fallen to your lot. III-fated as we are, the privilege of living by your side could not be attained by us (so far) nor was that joy (ever) experienced by us, which children dwelling in their father's house and fondled by their parents do. Even (by serving them) through a life of (full) hundred years a mortal is not able to get square with his parents by whom is brought into being and nourished this body in which all (the four) objects (of human pursuit) can be realized. The servants of Yama actually make that son eat his own flesh on his departing from this world, who, though able-bodied, does not with his body and resources maintain them. He is dead (to all intents and purposes), though breathing, who, though capable, fails to support his mother, aged father, virtuous wife, infant son, preceptor, a Brahmana (depending on him) and one who has sought him for protection.