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in resource-constrained networks, particularly those with limited bandwidth to manage high-volume data transmission, network congestion is a major issue, resulting in poor quality of service, including packet loss and delay throughput. Due to self-contained batteries that limit sensor node lifetime, this issue is important in wireless sensor networks (WSNs) with limitations and restrictions, such as limited processing power, memory, and transmission. By determining a path that avoids congested highways, the network can be extended. As a result, we present a WSN route determination architecture that is congestion-aware. The architecture is divided into three stages: In a top-down hierarchical structure, the first path is created. Energy-aware assisted routing for route derivation. Exponential smoothing is used to forecast congestion, but the final parameters for route determination are not taken into account. We use fuzzy logic systems to evaluate proper weights for a variety of factors, including shop count, remaining energy, buffer occupancy, and forwarding rate, as well as a bat algorithm to optimize the weight over the membership functions. Eventually proposed model shows the high throughput, low packet loss, save energy, and extending network lifetime.