Glad to hear that educated youth are doing something good to earn their living rather than wasting their time. Yes, we are going through a phase where takeaways are being more accepted as part of daily life. For various reasons of lack of time, a working couple, an easy way out after a tiring day, many people order takeaways or bring home packed dinner for all. It's not that bad if there are no other good options and you don't have the family to help and do not have the resources to hire a cook/maid. The present trend of roadside eateries has changed from the dirty little old pushcarts to clean, shiny food vans wherein everything is hygienically cooked and neatly packed for an affordable price. In fact, there are many who regularly eat outside on their way home instead of taking the trouble of a home-cooked meal. We have a takeaway once in 10 days or two weeks, it does give a little rest to the mothers at home.