There have been several studies in the field of Human-Robot Interaction, specifically regarding introduction of social humanoid robots in public places for various applications and purposes. These robots are used in research, education, and healthcare all over the world. In order to serve these different purposes, robot require advanced dialog and interaction capabilities to help its users. This project aims to study the social dimension of human interaction with social robots. To the best of my knowledge, previous studies have not taken the Indian population into context. So, the social dimension will be studied and explored within the Indian population. Through the results obtained I also aim to make use of this study to develop better HRI for a wide range of applications. I hope this research can serve as the ground truth, can be used for reference and as pointers for guidelines to design interactions which much more closely mimic human expectations.