Author(s): Raju Sujane, Prof. Sumit Sharma

The multipath route institution uses the method that discovers multiple multi hops communication between source and destination. Multi-path routing will balance the load higher than the only path rou ting in ad hoc networks, thereby reducing the congestion by dividing the traffic in many ways. This analysis presents a new approach of Multipath Load leveling with AOMDV routing protocol and Dynamic Queue based mostly congestion management mechanism for avoiding congestion in network communication flows. During this theme the shop and forwarding capability of nodes are increased by varied the queue length according to incoming information. The AOMDV protocol performance is additionally increased to increment the link expiration time when failure this affiliation establishment in network. The new affiliation is established consistent with the new link expiration note value, by that the likelihood of link failure in AOMDV is additionally minimizes. It suggests that the multipath routing performance during this technique has will increase the link expiration time with spirited queue length technique. The multipath routing has little doubt better than the Unipart routing and balance the load by proving the alternative path if the already established path are congested. However the performance of AOMDV is improves after adding the proposed scheme. The performance of traditional AOMDV is measured on the basis of load handling capability of nodes in network and thru performance matrices. The simulation of each the routing techniques is finished in ns-2 simulator. Keywords: Congestion Multipath routing, Dynamic queue, Link expiration time, load balancing.