These words are from the Dohakosha of the great Indian Mahasiddha Tilopa. Tilopa’s sahajīya poetry – his dohas, are composed in Apabhramsha, a dialect spoken those days in the North Indian plains.
Mahasiddha Shabaripada (Shavaripa): oneness of one-taste of Great Bliss is not an oneness to be grasped on to. Leading to carefree conduct and compassion
Paramabuddha (known as Padampa-Sangye in Tibet), is a Mahasiddha from the 12th Century South India. He gave this advice to the villagers of Tingri in Tibet.