The need to understand the human mind so as to make a robotic mind work is well recognized. In cognitive and neurosciences many questions are left still unanswered in understanding this phenomena. Since a robot faces numerous difficulties in programming itself to the degrees of freedom that it embraces with the characteristics that match with humans. The need to develop a pragmatic model that maps a human like brain must be addressed. In this paper, such a model is discussed. This is done by taking a closer look in modeling a robotic mind framework by incorporating various modeling agents into the perception base of an intelligent robotic system.This work covers the theoretical survey of the relevant literature including the theories of mind by Leslie, Baron Cohen and Mckaart on the developmental work on mapping the human mind for the understanding of intelligent robotic systems and the paper concludes with a proposition of a novel design of a robotic mind.