In general, solving fractional partial differential equations either numerically or analytically is a difficult task. However, mathematicians have tried their best to make the task easy and promoted various techniques for their solutions. In this regard, a very prominent and accurate technique, which is known as the new technique of the Adomian decomposition method, is developed and presented for the solution of the initial-boundary value problem of the diffusion equation with fractional view analysis. The suggested model is an important mathematical model to study the behavior of degrees of memory in diffusing materials. Some important results for the given model at different fractional orders of the derivatives are achieved. Graphs show the obtained results to confirm the accuracy and validity of the suggested technique. These results are in good contact with the physical dynamics of the targeted problems. The obtained results for both fractional and integer orders problems are explained through graphs and tables. Tables and graphs support the physical behavior of each problem and the best of physical analysis. From the results, it is concluded that as the fractional order derivative is changed, the graphs or paths of dynamics are also changed. Therefore, we now choose the best solution or dynamic of the problem at a particular derivative order. It is analyzed that the present technique is one of the best techniques to handle the solutions of fractional partial differential equations having initial and boundary conditions (BCs), which are very rare in literature. Furthermore, a small number of calculations are done to achieve a very high rate of convergence, which is the novelty of the present research work. The proposed method provides the series solution with twice recursive formulae to increase the desired accuracy and is preferred among the best techniques to find the solution of fractional partial differential equations with mixed initials and BCs. Copyright © 2022 Saadia Masood et al.