As No one was giving me any answers I had to search for myself and thankfully I think I got the answer but not the verses and so I am posting it in here.:
The description of the daksha yagna story varies according to different Puranas.
The Vamana purana states that Fearing Lord Shankar's wrath, Lord Vishnu went to Hrishikesh and remained aloof for quite sometime.
The Vayu Purana mentions Yajneshwara, the personification of yajna (lord vishnu) took the form of an antelope and jumped towards the sky. Virabhadra captured it and decapitated him.
This is yagneshwara Episode is
also mentioned in the Hari Vanśa(Mahabharata): and thus accounts for the formation of the constellation Mrigasíras; Yajna, with the head of a deer, being elevated to the planetary region, by Brahmá.
In the Linga Purana, Lord Vishnu is beheaded, and his head is blown by the wind into the fire.
The Kúrma Puráńa, after describing a contest in which both parties occasionally prevail, makes Brahmá interpose, and separate the combatants.
The Kásí Khanda of the Skánda Purana describes Vishńu as defeated, and at the mercy of Vírabhadra, who is prohibited by a voice from heaven from destroying his antagonist (lord vishnu).
There are also examples of lord sharabha
beheading lord Narsima and the hyagriva avatar of lord vishnu where he gets beheaded and his head was replaced by a horse head.