Mohammad Malik (35) and Dr. Noor Shah, 29, was on vacation in the Caribbean at the end of October when the tragedy struck.
The pair were dragged underwater by strong spring tides, Mohammed’s father told Newsday.
It is believed that the two were swimming in chest-deep water near their accommodation when they were suddenly dragged underwater.
They drowned on October 28 at a resort in the Turks and Caicos Islands near Como Parrot Cay.
Witnesses pulled Mohammad and his wife out of the water and performed CPR, but were unable to save the couple who died on the scene.
They had married just four days earlier on October 24th in Long Island, New York.
Mohammed’s brother Ahmad Malik, 25, said: “My brother was very deeply in love with you. He always glowed when he was with her. He shone on his wedding day.
“It was the happiest day of our lives, just four days earlier, when we celebrated their wedding at Carltun in Eisenhower Park.”
Ahmad added, “Noor and Mohammad together were just magnetic and brought happiness to everyone around them.
“Their energy was contagious and beautiful and they were beautiful and luminous.
“Although we are sad that they are no longer with us, we are glad that they are together and were together in their last moments.”
The man’s father, Colonel R. Maqbool Malik, 70, said he learned of the deaths when he was informed by the American Embassy in the Bahamas.
He described the incident as a “devastating loss”.
He added, “This is an incredible shock. And it is a tragedy of various dimensions when you have to lay two children to rest at a funeral together.
“They were really in love with each other. The kind of chemistry we saw in these two people was amazingly fascinating. They loved each other.”
The groom’s brothers, Salman, 41 and Ahmad, 22, went to the Turks and Caicos Islands to identify the bodies.
Her funeral was scheduled for Sunday in Teaneck, New Jersey.
The couple should move in together this week, according to the New York Post.
Mohammed’s law firm Olshan Frome said the couple were “a shining light that touched anyone who had the advantage of knowing them,” 7News reported.
The hospital where Noor worked, NYU Langone Health, said she was “an excellent resident and a promising surgeon, and she will be deeply missed”.
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